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What is Ethereum Studio?

It is basically an adapted version of the Cloud9 IDE for Ethereum, with some additional tools: A blockchain emulator called the sandbox, very good for writing automated tests. Oraclize Integration. ...
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Ethercamp. Could not start sandbox: Sandbox is not available

I faced the same sandbox issue where it was not getting started. In my case it turned out that since I was working from behind a proxy, it was getting blocked. Trying to run the contract from an open ...
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What command to run for Live.ether.camp project?

The example project consists of 3 parts: Solidity contracts in directory contracts/ Web-app in directory web/ Tests for the contracts in directory test/ To run the contracts you need to start a new ...
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Can one get the current gas used as a function inside of a smart contract?

In Solidity, this is available as msg.gas, documented here. There's no direct way to obtain the initial gas; the best option is to store msg.gas to a variable as soon in the contract execution as is ...
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What's the relative advantage of using remix.ethereum.org over studio.ethereum.org?

Here is main advantage of each ide (maybe i will miss some please let me know): Studio: It support html, css, js and solidity unlike remix which only support smart contract only. (Basicly you can ...
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How to see the frontend in ethercamp's cloud9?

Replace the IP with the URL of your cloud9 or Ethereum Studio instance. http://xxx.by.ether.camp:8080/?_c9_id=livepreview0&_c9_host=https://xxx.by.ether.camp Where xxx is your username on ether....
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Can one get the current gas used as a function inside of a smart contract?

on: live.ether.camp Ethereum Studio you have a complete Ethereum sandbox where you can imitate transaction execution and have very good estimation of the used gas. More info to start is here: ...
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Ether.Camp web3 js interact with contract - what am I doing wrong?

I wanted to ask for details, but I can't post comments. It should be contract.removeElement("0x2adc25665018aa1fe0e6bc666dac8fc2697ff9ba") Do you see any error messages in the browser console? When ...
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What command to run for Live.ether.camp project?

Open the bash terminal, on your screenshot the most leftish tab below. And build the example project with the following commands: cd ~/workspace/example-project npm install gulp-cli -g npm install ...
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