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Simply follow this guide to quickly get started and build your foundation before you get into building a Web3 application that is integrated with the Arcana Auth SDK.

Arcana Auth SDK allows Web3 application developers to quickly plug in user onboarding functions via social and passwordless login. It also provides authenticated users to access the embedded Web3 Arcana wallet in the application and sign blockchain transactions.

Tip

If you are already familiar with how Web3 works, typical social authentication mechanisms, passwordless login, using Web3 wallet provider to sign blockchain transactions in your dApp, you can jump right into the Arcana Quick Start Guide and start integrating with the Auth SDK.

After the foundation, your next stop is to figure out when and how to use Arcana Auth SDK and build a basic dApp that utilizes Arcana SDKs.

Beginners Journey

Get a firm grip on the topics listed under the prerequisites section. These will help you later while building your privacy-preserving dApps using Arcana SDKs.

Prerequisites

Step 1: Understanding Arcana Network

Now that you are familiar with the basics, let us take a look at what Arcana Network is and what it can do for you.

Step 2: Getting Started with Auth SDK

To use Arcana Auth SDK in your application, you need to first register the application using the Arcana Developer Dashboard. Configure application settings for social login before you integrate your application and call social login functions or any Arcana wallet functions in your application.

After configuring application settings using the dashboard, you can install the Auth SDK and integrate your application. Once integrated, applications can access AuthProvider interface to onboard users and enable authenticated users to sign blockchain transactions.

There are two options enable user onboarding in the applications. For new Web3 developers, we recommend that you use the Arcana Auth SDK plug and play feature and use the built in UI to onboard users. Later you can build your own UI and call social login functions as required. For details, see developer's guide for onboarding users.

Developers can easily enable Arcana wallet for authenticated users and allow them to sign blockchain transactions. See developer's guide for enabling Web3 operations using Arcana wallet.

To learn about how the users access Arcana wallet UI to perform Web3 operations and sign blockchain transactions, see Arcana wallet User's Guide.

Now that you understand Arcana Auth better let's get into some sample applications and coding!

Step 3a: Auth Example

This is a vanilla HTML/JS application that integrates with the Auth SDK, onboards users and allows authenticated users to sign blockchain transactions using the Arcana wallet.

Auth Example (GitHub)

Step 3b: React Example

Learn how to integrate Arcana Auth SDK in a simple React Application.

React Example

Milestone Achieved!"

Congratulations!!!

You have now graduated to the next level - Web3 developer.

Step 4: Advanced Usage

For advanced options related to user onboarding and Auth SDK usage, you can check out Auth SDK usage and Auth SDK Reference Guide.

Troubleshooting

If you run into any new user usage issues, check out Arcana FAQs and Troubleshooting Guide.

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Last update: January 10, 2023 by shaloo