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Is there any EtherScan like explorer that I can run on my machine? I am running a network using Ganache, but it won't let me view the abi/details of my deployed contracts. I tried downloading MyEtherWallet and running it on my machine but that too won't let me see my deployed contracts.

Is there any alternative that I can use for development purpose to view my deployed contracts?

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  • Looking for the same. polkadot-js website can point to a localhost chain, so I thought eth would have something similar?
    – Squirrel
    Feb 20 at 14:24

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Since you are already using Ganache CLI, I'd recommend using the Ganache GUI, in order to achieve your desired outcome.

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  • I am using Ganache GUI. It doesn't show me the contract details. It is telling me to add a truffle project to view the contracts. But I am not using truffle. I just want to view the contracts on my local deployed chain
    – hkjhadj1
    Aug 19, 2020 at 9:15
  • @hkjhadj1 Is there a reason you aren't using Truffle? It works well and is fairly straightforward: trufflesuite.com/docs/truffle/getting-started/…
    – Jay
    Aug 19, 2020 at 10:00
  • I've cloned an open source repo. They are not using truffle. Is there any way I can explore the contracts without it?
    – hkjhadj1
    Aug 19, 2020 at 20:10

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