Waykichain Dapp Tutorial

I built a Dapp utilizing Waykichain blockchain. Today I’ll show you step by step, how to build one yourself.
NOTE: I am showing the functional parts so I wont go over CSS or styling whatsoever.

So we will be building this minus the CSS.
Try out the Demo
see the code on github

HTML & CSS built by Max Gruson


Step 1: download chrome extension wallet WaykiMax.
This is straightforward. Just CREATE WALLET, PASSWORD, DOWNLOAD

Now activate the wallet. It will display insufficient balance.
We need to add some testnet tokens.

TestNet tokens

its simple go to the website & add your address

Example 1:
https://faucet.wiccdev.org/testnet/getwicc/ YOUR ADDRESS

Example 2:

Example 3 below:

Testnet Tokens added
The below response that means are Testnet Tokens were added successfully.

Activate our account
Go back to the Chrome wallet. Now your wallet should have 10 tokens.
Click: Activate and then Confirm

The wallet is now activated.

Now we need Javascript code to communicate with the wallet.
Luckily thats already been written for us.


We need to start building the website now. Let create an index.html file.

Javascript wallet code

In order to communicate from our website with the chrome web wallet we need to use Javascript code. Waykichain developed Waykibridge which is a way to do just that. We are importing that code into our index.html file below.

import waykibridge into the index.html file.

<script src="https://sw91.net/devops/js-test/waykiBridge.js"></script>


We need a : <button> and <p> tag

<button onclick="getWallet()">get wallet</button>
<p id="showAddress"></p>


Now we need some Javascript.
see the code on github.

function getWallet() {
function (res) {
document.getElementById("showAddress").innerHTML =
`<p>Your address:</p><p>${res.result.account.testnetAddress}</p>`
function (err) {

Time to test it. Open up the HTML with a Chrome browser.

Ok it works. This is the basic functionality.
NOTE: if you have issues check the code and make sure the Chrome wallet is working by clicking on the icon.

Smart Contract

We need to write a smart Contract.
Go to the online IDE

We will use my smart contract for now and for the rest of this tutorial. In the future tutorial I will go through the smart contract.

Copy the Smart Contract & paste it to the online IDE
Also see the the code on github.

mylib = require "mylib"
--must start with mylib = require "mylib". Be sure to put it in the first line. If the first line is left blank, an exception will be reported.

--Write date into the blockChain
WriteStrkeyValueToDb = function (Strkey,ValueTbl)
local t = type(ValueTbl)
assert(t == "table","the type of Value isn't table.")

local writeTbl = {
key = Strkey,
length = #ValueTbl,
value = {}
writeTbl.value = ValueTbl
if not mylib.WriteData(writeTbl) then error("WriteData error") end

--get external call context
GetContractTxParam = function (startIndex, length)
assert(startIndex > 0, "GetContractTxParam start error(<=0).")
assert(length > 0, "GetContractTxParam length error(<=0).")
assert(startIndex+length-1 <= #contract, "GetContractTxParam length ".. length .." exceeds limit: " .. #contract)
local newTbl = {}
--local i = 1
for i = 1,length do
newTbl[i] = contract[startIndex+i-1]

--save to the chain create user input ability
SaveHelloToChain = function(contextTbl)

--table to String
Serialize = function(obj, hex)
local lua = ""
local t = type(obj)

if t == "table" then
i=1, #obj do
hex == false then
lua = lua .. string.format("%c",obj[i])
elseif hex == true then
lua = lua .. string.format("%02x",obj[i])
error("index type error.")
t == "nil" then
error("can not Serialize a " .. t .. " type.")

Unpack = function (t,i)
i = i or 1
if t[i] then
t[i], Unpack(t,i+1)

----Entry function of smart contract
= function()
-- cant save a string directly to the blockchain it must be converted to hex
local key_lenTbl = GetContractTxParam(1 ,4)
local key_len = mylib.ByteToInteger(Unpack(key_lenTbl))
local keyTbl = GetContractTxParam(4 +1,key_len)
local value_lenTbl = GetContractTxParam(4 + key_len + 1 ,4)
local value_len = mylib.ByteToInteger(Unpack(value_lenTbl))
local valueTbl = GetContractTxParam(4+key_len+ 4 + 1,value_len)
local keyStr = Serialize(keyTbl,false)
WriteStrkeyValueToDb(keyStr, valueTbl)

Deploy the Smart Contract
Just paste in the smart contract and click Deploy

We confirm the deployment with the Chrome web wallet.

Click the Run tab and which returns the Contract Regid

The smart contract was deployed successfully. We have the Contract Regid. The Contract Regid is a representation of the contract address. We will use this later so save it.

Website cont …

We deployed the smart contract. Now we need to build up our HTML & Javascript.

Are next function we will implement is the ability to add a Name & Quote.

We have 3 input tags and a button.
See code on github.

<input id="contractRegid" type="text" placeholder="Contract Regid..."/>
<input id="yourname" type="text" placeholder="Your Name..."/>
<input id="yourquote" type="text" placeholder="Your Quote..."/>
<button onclick="addName()">Save</button>

We have two functions.
One function will transform our input strings into hex. (This blockchain only accepts the hex format as of now.)
The second function communicates with the Chrome wallet adding the hex data. Now it’s ready to be sent to the blockchain.
See code on GitHub

// add name & quote to the blockchain
function addName() {
let contractRegid = document.getElementById("contractRegid").value;
let yourname = document.getElementById("yourname").value;
let nameLen = yourname.length;
let yourquote = document.getElementById("yourquote").value;
let ageLen = yourquote.length;
regId: contractRegid,
contractField: convertToHex(nameLen, yourname, ageLen, yourquote),
inputAmount: "",
remark: ""
function (res) {
function (err) {
//convert name and age and lengths into hex
function convertToHex(num1, str1, num2, str2) {
var hex1 = '';
var hex2 = '';
var hex3 = '';
var hex4 = '';
// for number or decemals
hex1 = (num1 + 0x10000).toString(16).substr(-2).toLowerCase() + "000000";
for (var i = 0; i < str1.length; i++) {
hex2 += '' + str1.charCodeAt(i).toString(16);
hex3 = (num2 + 0x10000).toString(16).substr(-2).toLowerCase() + "000000";
for (var i = 0; i < str2.length; i++) {
hex4 += '' + str2.charCodeAt(i).toString(16);
return hex1 + hex2 + hex3 + hex4;

Test out the code
open up the index.html in the chrome browser.
Fill out your contract RegId, a name, and Quote.

Now to see the results of the transaction
Open Chrome developer tools on mac cmd + alt + I
On the right we can see the response. This response below means the transaction was successful.

Search the name
So to search the name that we added to the smart contract data. We need to implement some code.

HTML -find name on the smart contract

<input id="regid" type="text" placeholder="Contract regid..."/>
<input id="name" type="text" placeholder="Your Name..."/>
<button onclick="findName()">Find</button>
<p id="displayName"></p>

JavaScript- find name on the smart contract
Here we are using Waykichian BaaS to call the smart contract. If you look at the postData function call it calls the BaaS api.

// call contract to get your name
function findName() {
let name = document.getElementById("name").value
let regid = document.getElementById("regid").value
// use the baas api to post json data to get data from contract
"key": name,
"regid": regid,
"returndatatype": "STRING"
// return data and display data
.then(function (data) {
JSON.stringify(document.getElementById("displayName").innerHTML =
`<p>Name: ${data.data.key} </p><p>Quote: ${data.data.value}</p>`);
.catch(error =>

function postData(url = '', data = {}) {
// Default options are marked with *
return fetch(url, {
method: 'POST', // *GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, etc.
mode: 'cors', // no-cors, cors, *same-origin
cache: 'no-cache', // *default, no-cache, reload, force-cache, only-if-cached
credentials: 'same-origin', // include, *same-origin, omit
headers: {
'Content-Type': 'application/json',
// 'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
redirect: 'follow', // manual, *follow, error
referrer: 'no-referrer', // no-referrer, *client
body: JSON.stringify(data), // body data type must match "Content-Type" header
.then(response => response.json()); // parses JSON response into native JavaScript objects

Test the code

We have all of the functional parts of the Dapp working.

Great Job! You just created a Dapp on Waykichain.

In the next tutorial I will show you how to write a Smart Contract




“Genius” is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. Accordingly, a ‘genius’ is often merely a talented person who has done all of his homework — T.E.

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