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- Create an All That Node API key
- Make a request
- Start building!
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Once you are signed in, you can create a shared plan project or dedicated node project to build your service!
Let's walk through how to create a shared plan project and get an Ethereum API Key.
Now, let's send a request to the added endpoint using sample codes and see how it works.
Embarking on the journey of creating your service is an exciting endeavor. Embrace the challenges, learn from every step, and keep your vision strong. With dedication and innovation, you have the power to shape the future through your code.
Before you create a new project and set up your nodes, let's find out what kind of services All That Node offers.
All That Node provides two type of node services: shared plan / dedicated nodes.
Operating individual nodes and storing all block data can be both costly and administratively burdensome for developers. The Shared Plan provides Web3 developers with fully prepared nodes.
If you prefer not to share infrastructure and require your own server, the dedicated node service is perfect for you.
The Dedicated Node service provides developers with higher levels of security and performance through dedicated private servers. Additionally, dedicated nodes can support protocols and networks that may not be available in the Shared Plan service.
Now let's get hands-on and practice creating a project using a simple guide.
Updated 3 months ago