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Follow a step-by-step guide and a cheat sheet of CLI commands for initializing, building, and deploying Web3 Actions.
This guide shows the commands you need to initialize, build, and deploy a Web3 Action project using Tenderly CLI.
Step 1: Install the Tenderly CLI
Use the curl command to download and install the Tenderly CLI binary on your local machine.
Install on macOS:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Tenderly/tenderly-cli/master/scripts/install-macos.sh | sh
Install on Linux:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Tenderly/tenderly-cli/master/scripts/install-linux.sh | sh
Step 2: Log in to Tenderly via the CLI
Log into the Tenderly CLI with your credentials by running this command:
tenderly login
Step 3: Initialize a Web3 Actions project
To initialize a Web3 Action project, run this command:
tenderly actions init
You can change the default initialization settings with two flags: change the name of the root Web3 Actions folder (default: actions) and the language for writing Action functions (default: typescript or javascript).
tenderly actions init --sources=actions --language=typescript
You’ll be prompted to add your Web3 Actions to a Tenderly project. You can either create a new project or pick an existing one.
Step 3: Install any NPM dependency you need
After running tenderly init, you have an NPM project at your disposal, so you can install any NPM library you need in a familiar way.
cd actions
npm i --save-dev axios ethers
cd ..
Step 4: Build and deploy Web3 Actions
After you have written your function and trigger configuration in tenderly.yaml, you can run these commands to build and deploy the Web3 Action.
# run within the folder containing tenderly.yaml
# Build the project (optional)
tenderly actions build
# Publish the project to Tenderly without running it (start manually)
tenderly actions publish
# Deploy the project to Tenderly Runtime (or re-deploy any changes you make)
tenderly actions deploy
Shortly after running publish, your Web3 Action is available in the Dashboard and listening to events per your configuration.
You can upgrade your Web3 Actions with zero downtime, by running the publish command after you’ve edited the function and trigger configuration.
Optional: Using Tenderly Runtime locally
Install the @tenderly/actions-test package to test your Web3 Action Functions locally.
Assuming you're already in an npm project, run the following:
npm install @tenderly/actions-test
It’s recommended to keep tests and run scripts for web3-actions outside of the actions directory, to avoid increasing the size of your Web3 Actions project.
Check out a guide on local development and testing of Web3 Actions for more detail and examples.