Chapter 7: Building a Web3 UI for a DAO Contract

In part 6 of this tutorial series on building DApps with Ethereum, we took the DAO towards completion by adding voting, blacklisting/unblacklisting, and dividend distribution and withdrawal, while throwing in some additional helper functions for good measure. In this tutorial, we’ll build a web interface for interacting with our story, as we otherwise can’t count on any user engagement. So this is the final part of our story before we launch it into the wild.

Since this isn’t a web application tutorial, we’ll keep things extremely simple. The code below is not production-ready, and is meant to serve only as a proof of concept on how to connect JavaScript to the blockchain. But first, let’s add ...

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