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The source code for this example is public on the following GitHub repository.

Simple genezio project with multiversx integration

This is a simple project with a server that returns a balance of a wallet address to the client.


Project Structure

Inside the project folder, you will find the following files and folders:

├── server/
│ ├── index.ts
│ ├── package.json
│ └── tsconfig.json
├── client/
│ ├── src
│ ├── package.json
| └── tsconfig.json
├── genezio.yaml
├── .genezioignore

Genezio looks for genezio.yaml to read the settings for deploying the project or for spinning a local dev server for testing.

The backend directory contains the implementation of the server side of the project.

The frontend directory contains a simple React application that talks with the genezio server.

Run the project

Clone this example

Clone the repository:

git clone

Navigate to the following directory:

cd ./genezio-examples/typescript/multiversx

Test your project locally

Test the project locally:

genezio local

Open a new terminal, navigate to the following directory, and run npm start to launch the application:

cd ./client
npm run install-local-sdk
npm start

Deploy your project with genezio

If you wish to deploy your project to the Genezio infrastructure, follow these steps:

Log in to Genezio using the command genezio login:

genezio login

Deploy your project using the genezio deploy command from the ./genezio-examples/typescript/multiversx directory.

genezio deploy


All commands are run from the root of the project, from a terminal:

npm install -g genezioInstalls genezio globally
genezio loginLogs in to genezio
genezio localStarts a local server
genezio deployDeploys a production project
genezio --helpGet help using genezio

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