Monitoring IoT3 with Ethernal
Before, we got under the covers of IoT3 with an IoT 3.0 Deep Dive.
The outputs were from the console and included everything we needed to dive deep.
In this blog, I will show how to raise a level higher again and monitor our IoT3 with Ethernal.
The installation could not be easier:
npm install -g ethernal export ETHERNAL_EMAILemail@example.com export ETHERNAL_PASSWORD=yourpwd ethernal listen
As a result, I see all my local accounts, especially also the one I have been using before:
After deploying my contract, I got its details as before:
Sending my IoT data, I start to see the respective set transactions:
Also, in terms of blocks created and Gas Used:
Once you deployed your contract onto a Mainnet, you might use Etherscan instead.
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