Forward, a no-code dApp builder featuring a front-end with a drag-and-drop interface to allow anyone to deploy customized applications without technical knowledge has entered a strategic chain integration collaboration with Aurora.
The Forward-Aurora partnership will provide a user-friendly interface for users to customize and deploy dApps and smart contracts on Aurora without writing any code, using the drag-and-drop toolkit in Forward Factory.
Our collaboration aims to create a straightforward path for Web2 businesses and organizations to explore Web3 and seamlessly enter the blockchain world.
Visit ForwardFactory.net to sign up and deploy your smart contract templates on Aurora.
Mitch Rankin, Forward Co-Founder, said:
“The blockchain has so many opportunities because projects like Aurora have provided a framework that supports innovations and fosters growth. Forward connects users with different needs to opportunity-rich ecosystems like Aurora, including those without any technical knowledge. This collaboration is a win for our projects, the blockchain, and the average user.”
Aliaksei Papou, Team Lead (Partners), said:
“Removing the technical knowledge barrier is essential for the future of the blockchain. This is the goal of the Forward project and they improved the long-term projection of the blockchain immediately they appeared on the scene. We are excited to be working with them to impact the future of the blockchain.”
About Forward — Forward uses an easy-to-use WordPress-like model to facilitate a no-code environment that users can use to deploy their dApps, subnets and blockchains without technical knowledge. Applications and smart contracts from Forward can be deployed on any EVM & Rust compatible chain in a few clicks. Visit ForwardFactory.net to deploy your own dApps on 700+ integrated chains.
About Aurora — Aurora is an EVM created by the NEAR Protocol team. It provides a framework for developers to operate their apps on an Ethereum-compatible, high-throughput, scalable, and future-safe platform, with low transaction costs for users.