<script> include via CDN
In case you're not using any JS bundling/compilation technique, the SDK can also be loaded with the traditional
<script> tag, as follows:
Latest SDK version
Specific SDK version
<script src="https://unpkg.com/@aeternity/[email protected]/dist/aepp-sdk.browser-script.js"></script>
VERSIONis the version number of the SDK you want to use (eg.
The bundle will assign the SDK to a global variable called
Ae that makes all functionalities of the SDK accessible.
npm i @aeternity/aepp-sdk
To install a Pre-Release (latest
alpha version) you have to install the package appending the
@next tag reference.
npm i @aeternity/[email protected]
Specific Github Branch
You can also install a version coming from a specific branch. In this case you would install the SDK version of the
npm i github:aeternity/aepp-sdk-js#develop
Note: If you experience errors during the installation, you might need to install build tools for your OS.
Windows: Windows Build Tools
npm install -g windows-build-tools
Ubuntu / Debian: Build Essential
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install build-essential
Download Xcode from AppStore, then run
Command Line Interface (CLI)
If you don't need to include specific functionality into your application and just want to use or play around with features the SDK provides you can make use of the 💻 CLI and follow the instructions mentioned there.