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Welcome to the Fluence Labs developer hub. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Fluence Labs as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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This section will guide you through the three major steps of development with Fluence.

You will develop a two-tiered web application with a Rust backend and a JavaScript frontend. While the architecture of this application resembles a conventional centralized one, the backend will get magically decentralized and will run on top of the Fluence network.

First, you will use the Fluence Rust SDK to develop the backend and compile it to a WebAssembly package. After that, to deploy the obtained backend package to the Fluence network, you will upload it to IPFS and publish the IPFS reference to the Fluence smart contract. Finally, you will build the frontend which will interact with the backend running in the Fluence network.

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Developing a Front-end app
Developing a Back-end app


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