Aion University

So you want to be a DApp developer?


Well you've come to the right place. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start developing with Aion as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

Let's DApp

Building Decentralized Applications

As a developer seeking to build decentralized applications, Aion offers a suite of tools and features you can't find anywhere else.

Decentralized Applications

Aion - Aion - A multi-tier blockchain network designed to support a future where many blockchains exist to solve unique industry problems and to power the services of the modern world. is a platform that allows developers to write and deploy , which are essentially programs that run on the blockchain. A decentralized application is much like a standard web application whose "APIs" (or a subset of APIs) have been replaced with a smart contract. Cryptokitties for example, is a centralized website that is powered by multiple smart contracts with distinct API functions: (1) ownership, (2) sales auction, (3) siring auction, and (4) gene science.

Tutorials

Levels of experience (Beginner, Intermediate, Advance) can be found at the top of the guides to let you know if it's right for you and your needs.

  1. Deploy your first Java Smart Contract!
  2. Debug your Java Smart Contract
  3. Migrate to Java Smart Contracts from Solidity
  4. Build a dApp on Aion (Solidity Smart Contract)
  5. Create a Token on Aion!
  6. Interact with Aion Web3
  7. Deploy a Solidity Smart Contract via Titan Suite
  8. Build a dApp on Aion (Java Smart Contract) - coming soon

Developer Tools

Check out our Tool Guides to making building dApps on Aion a breeze!

Find a list of all the tools available over at docs: https://docs.aion.network/docs/tool-list


Building Decentralized Applications


As a developer seeking to build decentralized applications, Aion offers a suite of tools and features you can't find anywhere else.

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