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When I'm working whit web3 I have something like:

 var abi = [...];
var contract = new web3.eth.Contract(abi,"0x86Fa049857E0209aa7D9e616F7eb3b3B78ECfdb0");

then I use something like:

myContract.methods.myMethod(123).call(....

In truffle test I have a contract instance in hand, and I use

instance.myMethod(123)

without the "methods" indirection, what is different from the two contract instances?

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The difference is that Truffle injects Web3.js 0.20 into the test script, whereas you are working with Web3.js 1.0.

Web3.js is a whole lot different from Web3.js 0.20.

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  • in this case, which is best to learn and use? latest Web3.js ?
    – KitKarson
    Commented May 30, 2018 at 2:12
  • I would say so, yes.
    – Henk
    Commented May 30, 2018 at 8:46

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