How to get your tokens from Bastion contracts?

In this article, you will learn how you can retrieve the stables from Bastion by using Aurora Explorer to call its smart contracts

Slava Karkunov..

Managing Aurora's Validator staking with 'near-cli-rs'

Let's learn how to manage your staking with Near validators and claim your Aurora validator's rewards by using 'near-cli-rs'

Slava Karkunov..

Plugins for smart contract devs building on Near

Let’s discover how ‘near-plugins’ library could be used by your project, and how it can save you some time during the development of your smart contracts

Moritz Zielke..

Aurora Chains: Walkthrough

Dive into the Aurora Innovation Chain details: custom access control, сustom token mechanics, interoperability and more

Slava Karkunov..

Contract Callbacks in XCC

In this post we focus on the need to refund tokens to a user in the event of an error. This will reveal a bit of a “gotcha” which developers new to the XCC may come across, and we’ll discuss how to overcome it

Michael Birch..

Integration tests for XCC communication

XCC is a powerful tool to merge blockchain ecosystems together. In this post we will talk about how to write integration tests for the XCC contracts communicating between Aurora and Near using Rust

Olga Kunyavskaya..

Turning Smart Contracts into Indexers

Learn how you can use functional programming patterns in Rust to share a codebase between both a smart contract and an indexer, and how cross-compilation can benefit your project

Michael Birch..

Getting started with Aurora

Practical guide for beginners who want to learn how to use Aurora and develop smart contracts

Olga Kunyavskaya..

Aurora Bounty Program with Bepro

Learn how to claim Aurora bounties on Bepro Network

Boris Polania..

Spinning up your own Aurora node

Learn the details of starting your own Aurora node using the Standalone RPC repo

Oleksii Krasynskyi..

Building a game using Near, Aurora and BOS

Find out how to build a fully decentralized UI and back-end of an on-chain application using NEAR and Aurora

Michael Birch..