Alchemy has created a new feature that will assist Web3 developers in creating decentralized applications in just 4 minutes, as stated by the platform’s product leads Elan Halpern and Vitto Rivabella. 

About Alchemy

Alchemy is a blockchain development platform that offers tools and infrastructure for developers to build and scale decentralized applications (dApps). It provides access to Ethereum nodes and APIs, as well as analytics and monitoring tools to enhance the development and management of blockchain-based projects.

Alchemy makes dApps creation faster!

This “create-web3-dapp” tool can be used on Alchemy-supported networks, like Ethereum, Polygon, and Arbitrum. In the future, there will be additions to the kit including software development kits and other protocols.

Developers looking to break into Web3 and launch dApps have previously complained about the obstacles they face in the process. One of these numerous problems is concerned with their end-to-end setup. In order to successfully create, test-run, and launch a decentralized application, developers need certain fundamental tools and resources.

Most tutorials or workshops for Web3 developers have at least 10 steps they must go through before they can build a dApp. With this new tool, Alchemy has simplified the process by reducing this number f steps into 1; thus, making it easier for developers to get started on their projects.

To make users better understand what the tool does, Halpern compared it to the process of making a pizza:

“The hardest part is making the dough from scratch, forming it together and baking the dough, and once you’ve done that it’s just about topping it. And anyone can top a pizza. Our goal is to give the developers the pizza dough so they can throw their own toppings on it.”

The new feature will act as a base template to build any dApp from DeFi exchange platforms to NFT marketplaces. Although developing Web3 dApps is hard, the “create-web3-dapp” tool and many others like it will help developers tackle the barriers they face while making entry into the Web3 space.