VisualTez project brings visual programming to smart-contract development in the Tezos ecosystem, which lets people describe smart contracts through illustrations that can be built by simply dragging and dropping blocks. Text-based programming languages are usually difficult for people without a computer science background or similar.
I believe that the Tezos ecosystem becomes more attractive by having visual programming solutions. The crypto space is growing fast and attracting audiences from diverse backgrounds who may not have any experience with programming and want to understand or even develop something using smart contracts.
The tests run directly against the Tezos codebase (protocols will be selectable). It spawns a mockup context, where all testing actions are executed.
The deployment page allows users to customize the initial storage, estimate costs, and originate the contract.
This feature translates
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