Starting from Octez release 15.0, the Octez binaries will be named "octez-" (e.g. "octez-client", "octez-node" instead of "tezos-client", "tezos-node"). These renamings are already in place on the "master" branch. The legacy names ("tezos-") are still used in the documentation for now and will be supported through symbolic links until the majority of users will upgrade to releases >= 15.0.
Welcome Tezos Developers! Explore the technical and economic concepts behind the Tezos Network, experiment with our tutorials, or start building your own Tezos Dapp. Each module will teach you a full concept of Tezos, ending with a quiz that will get you an official completion certification if you succeed.
See an error somewhere? Fix it with a Gitlab Merge Request here. OpenTezos is a constantly evolving platform that welcome all readers inputs. You can even add a new chapter or module if wish.
What is a blockchain and how it works.
What is Tezos and how it works.
Learn the basics of smart contracts
How to deploy your own Tezos node.
Learn to use and interact with a Tezos explorer.
Learn the basics of the Archetype smart contract language.
Learn the basics of the SmartPy smart contract language.
Learn the basics of the LIGO smart contract language.
Learn the basics of the native Tezos smart contract language.
Everything you need to build your first Tezos Dapp.
What is baking and how it works.
How to deploy your own bakers.
Automated market maker, stablecoins, flash loans, synthetics, etc.
Introduction to the concepts of formal verifications.
Create your own private Tezos network.
Contribute to the Tezos ecosystem.