Plutus Core and Plutus Tx user guide
The Plutus project consists of Plutus Core, the programming language used for scripts on Cardano; tooling and compilers for compiling various intermediate languages into Plutus Core; and Plutus Tx, the compiler that compiles the Haskell source code into Plutus Core to form the on-chain part of a contract application. All of this is used in combination to write Plutus Core scripts that run on the Cardano blockchain.
This documentation introduces the Plutus Core programming language and programming with Plutus Tx. It includes explanations, tutorials, how-to instructions, troubleshooting, and reference information.
The intended audience of this documentation includes people who want to implement smart contracts on the Cardano blockchain. This involves using Plutus Tx to write scripts, requiring some knowledge of the Haskell programming language.
This guide is also meant for certification companies, certification auditors, and people who need an accurate specification. See, for example:
The Plutus repository
The Plutus repository contains
the implementation, specification, and mechanized metatheory of Plutus Core.
It also contains the Plutus Tx compiler and the libraries, such as
for writing Haskell code that can be compiled to Plutus Core.
- Simple example
- GHC Extensions, Flags and Pragmas
- How-to guides