Setting up an Edgeware node for local development

Setting up a local Edgeware node for WASM/EVM development

This guide walks you through how to Quickly fire up a personal Edgeware blockchain which you can use to run tests, execute commands, and inspect state while controlling how the chain operates.
Note This is a fast-track way to run a node. You can always compile from source as well. We recommend using your own compiled binaries for production mainnet.
You can clone our repo with docker-compose to get started right away:
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git clone https://github.com/edgeware-network/edgeware-node
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cd edgeware-node
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docker run --rm -it decentration/edgeware:v3.3.3
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cd docker
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docker-compose -f docker-compose-local.yml up
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Note If you want to reset or purge the local chain, delete the docker container by running docker-compose rm
You will see something like this:
Afterwards you can head to Polkadot Apps or Edgeware.app and connect to 127.0.0.1:9944, and you should see blocks being produced.
Now you can continue to connect Metamask, Remix, and Web3.js to have great experience.

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