There are several ways to use Java Script to access a blockchain API. Here are a few options:
Use an HTTP client library like axios or Mirror World Mobile SDK to make HTTP requests to a blockchain API. For example, you could use the
Mirror Worldlibrary to make a GET request to a blockchain API endpoint to retrieve data from the blockchain.
Use a library or framework that abstracts away the underlying HTTP requests and provides a higher-level interface for interacting with the blockchain API. For example, you could use the
web3.jsor Mirror World Smart SDK library to interact with the Ethereum or Solana blockchain. These libraries provide APIs that allow you to perform actions like sending transactions, querying the blockchain, and interacting with smart contracts.
Use a browser extension, plugin or dashboard that provides access to a blockchain API. For example, the MetaMask browser extension allows you to interact with the Ethereum blockchain from within your browser.
The Mirror World Smart SDK includes a dashboard that allows users to perform more complex blockchain tasks without the need for coding. Using the dashboard, users can create an NFT collection or marketplace. This can be done simply by following the prompts on the dashboard, making it easy for anyone to take advantage of these powerful blockchain features.
No matter which method you choose, you will need to have access to the API endpoint URL and any required authentication credentials in order to make requests to the API.
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