$ yarn add @solana/web3.js
$ npm install --save @solana/web3.js
<!-- Development (un-minified) -->
<!-- Production (minified) -->
Install the latest Solana release from https://docs.solana.com/cli/install-solana-cli-tools
solana-test-validator from the latest Solana release
cargo build-bpf from the latest Solana release
const solanaWeb3 = require('@solana/web3.js');
import * as solanaWeb3 from '@solana/web3.js';
// `solanaWeb3` is provided in the global namespace by the `solanaWeb3.min.js` script bundle.
Example scripts for the web3.js repo and native programs:
Example scripts for the Solana Program Library:
A Flow library definition is provided at
Download the file and add the following line under the [libs] section of your project's
Each Github release features a tarball containing API documentation and a
minified version of the module suitable for direct use in a browser environment
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