The TRON team has released a range of tools for developers to take advantage of to help integrate DApps into the TRON ecosystem.

In an October 9th Medium post, TRON noted how the release of the new toolkit is just another notable activity in “this month’s recent uproar of events.”  

Recently, CryptoGlobe reported on the release of TRON’s new network update. CEO Justin Sun claims it will lead to TRON’s blockchain surpassing both Ethereum and EOS in regards to speed and transaction costs.

A Big Time For TRON  

In the blog post, the TRON team wrote how the release of the toolkit is helping usher in a:

historical moment where developers can create real working Dapps on the network.

The toolkit consists of four elements. The first, TronWeb, is designed to help connect developers to the blockchain. It requires a Full Node and a Solidity Node on the HTTP API.

Another tool, TronBox, essentially gives developers an opportunity to test and roll out smart contracts using the TronWeb API. Developers can use the third tool, TronStudio, to test their smart contracts in a private local environment before actually deploying them.

TRON said the big feature for TronStudio is the “ability for developers to interact with their Solidity smart contracts within a user-friendly environment.”

The last tool, TronGrid, lets developers actually build and release their DApps and smart contracts. TRON says those using TronGrid will be able to save time because they will not have to run their own node. This tool features an alternative test network called “Shasta.”

A Few Gains And Losses Here and There

Even though the TRX token rose in value after the announcement of the new network update, TRON’s price has decreased sharply from the beginning of the year, where it was trading at an all time high of $0.21.

The company has also made headlines in the last few months after a takeover of Rainberry Inc., and after launch of the Magic Academy blockchain game.