What is a good way to get started with Chialisp development?

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A good place to start is to look at the documentation and tutorials at https://chialisp.com. You should set up clvm_tools in a Python virtual environment and use the run and brun commands to compile and run Chialisp code respectively.

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Also I think it is helpful to find something that is done in other cryptocurrencies (especially bitcoin) that you could try to implement in Chia. That’ll create direction for your learning.

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I also recommend checking out Arty’s Chia Checkers and particularly his devnotes.md where he walks through how he went about porting checkers to Chialisp.

There is also a video: https://superheterodyne.net/files/chia-checkers-commentary.mp4

-Gene

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what a interesting bot

Hasn’t explicitly been mentioned yet but in my experience the best way to get started with Chialisp development is to use Clovyr and to go through the tutorials there.

https://clovyr.app/instant/code.2Dchia

There are a bunch of Chialisp related examples and videos as well that I’ve compiled on Chialisp - ChiaLinks - Chia Cryptocurrency Resources

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