Learn how to quickly build a web3 mobile app

web3 mobile app build

Welcome back, everyone! In today’s tutorial, we’re diving in to build a web3 mobile app. Our goal is to create an application that seamlessly combines the capabilities of both Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. This versatile mobile app will allow us to chat with friends, send voice notes, upload NFTs, and even store documents on IPFS. Let’s jump right in!

Web3 Mobile Application

The mobile application we’re building is crafted using React Native, offering a modular approach for flexibility. You have the power to customize features according to your needs. Whether it’s simple Web 2.0 chat functionality or advanced Web 3.0 features like minting NFTs, buying coins, or engaging in normal chat, this app has you covered.

Features Showcase of Ethora’s web3 mobile app

Let’s take a quick look at what our application looks like. It boasts an array of features, and the best part is that you can tweak or enhance functionalities based on your preferences.

  1. Create New Room: Easily create chat rooms and initiate conversations.
  2. NFT Minting: Explore the world of NFTs by minting your own items directly within the mobile application. It’s as simple as selecting an image, giving it a name, and hitting the mint button.
  3. Transaction Tracking: Keep tabs on all your transactions on the Ethora blockchain and explore your transaction history.
  4. Gamification: Engage users with a gamified approach, earning coins to attract more users to your application.
  5. Single Sign-On: Streamline the login process with easy access using popular social media accounts.
  6. Push Notifications: Stay informed and engaged with timely updates delivered straight to your device.

Development Process

The tutorial guides you through the steps to create the application, including:

  • Java Installation: Install Java 17 or a compatible version. 03:57
  • Android Studio Setup: Configure Android Studio for Android app development. 07:20
  • Clone Ethora Repo: Clone the Ethora repository to your local environment. 12:22
  • Rename Project: Use react-native-rename library to rename/white label as your own app. 13:40
  • Install Dependencies: Install necessary dependencies using Yarn or npm. 15:15
  • Run the Application: Execute the command to run the application on your Android emulator. 18:25

Customization and Exploration

The true beauty of this application lies in its flexibility. You can effortlessly make changes to the app’s appearance, functionality, and even swap out images. The video tutorial demonstrates how to change button colours, images, and even modify the transaction functionality.

Conclusion

Congratulations! You’ve successfully created a feature-rich mobile application that seamlessly integrates both Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 functionalities. Feel free to experiment, make changes, and let us know about your experiences in the comments. Like the video, subscribe for more content, and stay tuned for our next exciting tutorial. Until then, happy coding!

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