Thank you for joining us this week. Together we (the Moralis DAO) support and use the most robust and powerful Web3 framework available.
Moralis is a powerful Web3 framework, but together as the Moralis DAO, we are so much more than that. We want to help you level up your developments by giving you the tools and components you need to build your applications quickly.
Each of you is part of something extraordinary, and this magazine is all about putting the power of Moralis to work for you!
We are all Moralis and are here to support each other. If you are not already active in the Moralis DAO Discord, today’s the day to make your introduction. Inside the Moralis DAO Discord, you’ll find a stacked deck of Moralis experts and fellow mages. Post your projects and get feedback from the community, participate in coding challenges, and stay updated with the latest Moralis features and updates.
What you do with the tools and expertise provided is up to you, and we hope this magazine helps spark some ideas.
What are you building with Moralis? Are you stuck? Reach out to us with questions and comments. Who knows, we may even respond to you directly in a future magazine!
New Moralis Liquidity Endpoints
Using a single line of code, it is now possible to access “total reserves” for a given AMM pair; and the address for a given pair.
Moralis API users rejoice! New DeFi endpoints have recently been introduced to the Moralis SDK. The team will be producing tutorials on this feature momentarily, so make sure to subscribe to Moralis’ YouTube channel and turn the notification settings on. Moreover, the Moralis NFT API remains the best way to supercharge your NFT programming! Developing decentralized applications, how to build Ethereum dApps or BEP20 token development has never been easier!
Registered Moralis users can access both functions through the Web3 API tab, found at the left-hand side of the Moralis control panel:
Once there, scroll down to the “DeFi” section:
All API functions (including the new endpoints) are also available within the SDK. With the many features that Moralis’ SDK offers, it provides the most bespoke and robust builder experience for Moralis Mages.
Are you just getting started with Moralis servers?
Check out our detailed overview, a step-by-step guide building complete dApps with the full power of a Moralis server on the backend:
…and now, the moment you all have been waiting for…
The Main Event!
Special Release: Moralis Supporting Functions Double Feature!
Our first supporting function is a follow-up to Filip’s DEX building tutorial. Here, Chris will jump in and show how to add search functions:
Want to learn how to add username and password style login to a Moralis-powered website? Chris shows us how:
Thanks for reading! We hope you found this week’s Moralis Magazine useful.
See you next time 💚
The Moralis Research Team