Welcome to the tutorials. This is a series of plain-English explanations and videos that will introduce the concepts and common uses of the functionality in the Ardor and Ignis blockchains. If at any point something is unclear, please leave a comment and someone will point you in the right direction.
If you have any question, please visit our frequently asked questions first.
A useful Ardor and Ignis Cheat Sheet is also available.
- 1 Video tutorials
- 2 Guides and tutorials
- 2.1 Android Full Node
- 2.2 Connect Ledger Nano S or Nano X to your Ardor Wallet
- 2.3 From Simple Wallet to HD Wallet
- 2.4 Forging and leasing tutorial
- 2.5 Creating an account
- 2.6 How to download the Ardor client wallet
- 2.7 How to sign a transaction offline
- 2.8 Ignis child chains features
- 2.9 Introductory tour of Ardor's features
- 2.10 Issuing Nonfungible Tokens (NFTs) as Singleton Assets using Ignis
- 2.11 Login Page Tutorial
- 2.12 Node Reward Program
- 2.13 Set up a public node on a VPS
- 2.14 Tutorial on basic bundlers for child chain transactions
- 2.15 Tutorial on custom bundlers for child chain transactions
- 2.16 Tutorial on setting up the ardor testnet
- 2.17 Tutorial on transaction vouchers
This section covers Ardor demos and tutorials for learning the Ardor platform.
Demo and Tour of Ardor and Ignis Features
Full tour of the desktop client wallet to get a sense of the Ardor and Ignis features currently live for public use.
Demo of Custom Bundlers, 0 Transaction Fees for App Users, and Hedging
In this installment it is tackled two of the most critical issues facing blockchain platforms at the moment: customizing end user fees for dApps so that they can be as low as 0, and hedging to provide predictable day-to-day business transaction expenses on the blockchain
Learn how to create a transaction voucher in 90 seconds on the Ardor blockchain. We also discuss the impact this new feature could have for business invoicing, "deposit" and "withdrawal" vouchers for exchanges, and ICO or company share distributions
Tutorial Seminar on Turing-complete Lightweight Contracts
Learn about the Turing-complete lightweight contracts
Guides and tutorials
In this guideline, it is explained a basic guide for the Ardor Server app that allows running an Ardor full node running Android 8 or higher
Best Practices you need to know when using the new HD wallet functionality
This tutorial provides details on how to set up forging and account leasing of your Ardor balance.
This tutorial provides instructions for creating and accessing Ardor accounts through the Ardor Client Wallet.
Complete this tutorial in order to learn how to download the Ardor client wallet step-by-step
Learn how to perform an offline transaction signing, the purpose of which is to protect the secret passphrase from exposure to the Internet.
Introductory tour of the live features available on the Ignis child chain
Introductory tour of the live features available on the Ardor “parent chain” mainnet
In this installment, it is explained a step by step guide for launching a nonfungible token as singleton asset using the Ignis chain
In this installment, it is explained a tutorial for the login page that was introduced since version 2.3.0e.
Guide for opting in the Node Reward Program and earning fees for running a node
Tutorial for a quick deployment of an Ardor public node on a VPS
This tutorial provides details on how to set up basic transaction “bundlers” for child chain transactions. “Bundlers” help to tackle two of the most critical issues facing blockchain platforms at the moment: customizing end user fees for dApps so that they can be as low as 0, and hedging to provide predictable day-to-day business transaction expenses on the blockchain
This guide provides details on how to set up a custom transaction bundler for child chain transactions. If you are new to the concept of bundlers and the way they help businesses customize end user fees and hedge against market volatility.
This tutorial explains how to download the Ardor testnet so that you can begin experimenting with the Ardor platform.
In this installment, it is reviewed two demonstrations of the new “Transaction Voucher” feature available on the Ardor platform. Transaction Vouchers make it simple for users to send dual signature, fixed invoices and share distributions between two addresses on the blockchain. Refer to the transaction vouchers feature for further details prior this tutorial.