Sometimes you would need a test yours smart contract on testing environment that very close to the production. Yes, you already checked on
testrpc, but it's not a 100% compatible with production ethereum network (and, sometimes it could be pretty unstable). No, testrpc is really great for development and i like it, but i prefer alway do integration and manual tests on other environment.
That i've created preconfigured
docker-compose repository with configured Parity node for private network.
It have ten predefined and unlocked accounts (
what could be handy to running tests via truffle on the node) with 1000 ether on each.
Here is a quick guide:
- Clone the repository with preconfigured Parity node
- In the root of cloned repo run:
- Generate new token to access ui: sh new-token.sh (a version for Windows will be added a bit later, but you could run the command in script manually inside the docker container)
- Thats it - you could access the ui of the node via