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I just have started to learn Smart Contract. I have to design front end in ASP.NET. Can I call Contract from it?

  • yes you can there is web3 libraries for that – Majd TL Jul 9 at 14:46
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The frontend interacts with smart contracts with a blockchain usually using web3.js and ethers.js. This is purely client-side code written in JavaScript.

On the backend side in C# you can use Nethereum.

A good starting point could be a Web3modal tutorial.

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  • Okay will try Nethereum and let you know. Thank you! – Ravikant Ninave Jul 8 at 14:14
  • I checked Nethereum but I can't understand how to connect our uploaded contract or Deployed contract on local machine from .NET. Can anyone suggest me any good code or link? – Ravikant Ninave Jul 9 at 8:21
  • I cannot, I do not do C# programming. I suggest you contact directly Nethereum community and ask help. – Mikko Ohtamaa Jul 9 at 8:24
  • Okay I will. Thank you! – Ravikant Ninave Jul 9 at 11:11
  • Can you suggest me any other forum where I can found discussion about SMART CONTRACT and .NET CORE – Ravikant Ninave Jul 9 at 14:03

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