Getting Started with AltLayer's RaaS Dashboard
AltLayer is proud to launch the first-ever no-code rollup dashboard solution, with which developers, builders and users can autonomously set up and deploy a custom flash layer in less than 2 minutes!
This dashboard has been built as an intuitive tool to deploy a production execution layer across multiple chains with an explorer. Additionally, the tool enables the user to experiment with the disposability features of their flash layer.
Login with Google OAuth
Once logged in, you access our no-code rollup-as-a-service dashboard. This is where you can
- 1.Launch and destroy a Flash Layer
- 2.Access tooling
- 3.Deploy and interact with contracts on Flash Layer
Now, let’s try creating a Flash Layer. In this tutorial, we will be creating a 2 hour-free trial Flash Layer.
Select “Free Trial ( 2 hours)"
As seen in the above screen, you can now you can start defining the specifications of your Flash Layer. Some examples of specifications include:
- Transaction sequencing mechanism
- Name of your Flash Layer
- Native currency name, symbol and decimal
- Genesis account and balance
Once you’ve entered your desired specifications or parameters, you can review your Flash Layer specification before we blast off. Once it is reviewed, click on “Create”.
It will take about 5 mins for your Flash Layer to be ready. You can see the status as “Deploying” in the top right corner of the Flash Layer status card (under the ‘Deployments’ tab).
Once the deployment is finished, your Flash Layer status will be changed to “Active”. At this stage, you will be able to see links to the RPC endpoint, a link to the faucet and to the explorer, along with other chain-related information such as Chain ID.
You can now manage your Flash Layer or add Flash Layer RPC to your crypto wallet, such as MetaMask.
On-chain explorer is available for you to view any on-chain transaction on your Flash Layer.
A token faucet is also provided.
To find out more or to manage your network, click on “Manage” on the left navigation pane. Here, you can find out more information about your flash layer and you can destroy/redeploy your Flash Layer.
Hope you liked the dev experience. If you have any feedback, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]