Tutorial: Real-time Frontend Data with Embark's Subspace and Infura

In the previous post on frontend development, we ended with a website that allowed a user to connect via MetaMask and it displayed their account balance of Ether. Yet many Ethereum use-cases such as DeFi involve sending and receiving ERC20 tokens, which are tracked differently than native Ether. In this guide, we’ll show how to track a deployed contract’s transactions, and display and update those numbers in the frontend as they can potentially update in each new confirmed block.

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