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EVER SDK Quick Start

This is a guide that will help you quickly familiarize yourself with the main toold and features of EVER SDK. You will create your first DApp and run it on local blockchain


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Prepare development environment

Install EVERDEV CLI that will help you easily start local node, compile your contracts, install demo projects and create new empty projects.

$ npm install -g everdev

Start local node (SE)

We will run our test on local blockchain for testing (Evernode SE, start it with this command (docker should be launched).

$ everdev se start

Install demo application

Create a working folder. Then create a node.js demo project with EVERDEV

$ everdev js demo hello-wallet
$ cd hello-wallet
$ npm i

Run it!

Explore Core API


$ node core

You will see the result of core.js file execution. Core.js file demonstrades core ever-sdk api. It is the same for all ever-sdk bindings.

node core
Future address of Hello wallet contract is: 0:1863addf562c5ab98f3761787458e47406675379a4dc6eb36042ba84bde5cb8d
Transfering 1000000000 tokens from giver to 0:1863addf562c5ab98f3761787458e47406675379a4dc6eb36042ba84bde5cb8d
Success. Tokens were transfered

Deploying Hello wallet contract
Success. Contract was deployed

Hello wallet balance is 986483999
Run `getTimestamp` get method
`timestamp` value is {
value0: '0x000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000006373fbb4'
Calling touch function
Success. TransactionId is: 1a34fbfc336ff8212793077c68bff9f49c6c3f270492afa55ca616ef40b22bec

Waiting for account update
Success. Account was updated, it took 0 sec.

Run `getTimestamp` get method
Updated `timestamp` value is {
value0: '0x000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000006373fbb6'
Sending 100000000 tokens to 0:9f98e8de89e19093145afe134017a783daf8bac5dee04b8810c57a348020764c
Success. Target account will recieve: 99000000 tokens

Normal exit

Explore Appkit API


$ node appkit

You will see the result of appkit.js file execution. Appkit.js demonstrates high level Appkit package.

Hello localhost!
Future address of the contract will be: 0:5aab70b197897e47ee65faca0ebe24244fd1373d31de2ae39aca28029e0f3469
Hello contract was deployed at address: 0:5aab70b197897e47ee65faca0ebe24244fd1373d31de2ae39aca28029e0f3469
touch execution transaction is 495d0b02905ac541b54407283e52155fbfcbcc804a82ca40d5da96e433fe2f6b
getTimestamp value: {
value0: '0x000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000006373fa68'
The tokens were sent, but soon they will come back because bounce = true and destination address does not exist


The script implements the following logic:

  1. Links the project with Node.js Ever-SDK binary. If you plan to use JS SDK in Web, link it with Wasm binary. Read more here.
  2. TONClient instance is created and initialized with Evernode SE ("http://localhost", local blockchain) endpoint. See the list of other available endpoints.
  3. Future address is calculated from the code and data of the contract (data includes signing keys)
  4. Flag useGiver: true allows to sponsor deploy with Evernode SE giver that is hard coded as the default Account giver. You can re-assign it to your own giver.

Source code

You can find source code of this sample here

Full docs

See original guide at

Full EVER SDK documenation is available at