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What is the difference between @ton-core/ton-emulator and @ton-community/sandbox?

While programming in Tact, I want an easy way to test my contracts on my local device.

I have found these three repositories:
https://github.com/ton-core/ton-emulator
https://github.com/ton-community/sandbox
https://github.com/ton-community/ton-contract-executor

  • What are the differences between the three?
  • How I can check the variables in the contract easily?
  • Are there any tutorials or videos for these frameworks?
  
  
Posted one year ago
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  • ton-contract-executor can only emulate the compute phase of contracts. It is not getting many updates now, because there is sandbox now.
  • sandbox is a much more powerful tool for testing contracts, because it also emulates all other phases of contract execution (most importantly, the action phase). So you can even test how several contracts interact in one system as in a real blockchain network.
  • ton-emulator is almost same as sandbox in terms of functionality and possibilities, but it was developer by another developer.
  
  
Posted one year ago
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Daniil Sedov
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