Check out the list of guides and tools created by members of the Vega community. If you've created something that you want included on this list, raise an issue on the documentation GitHub repo, with links and a description of what you're submitting.
Staking on Vega
Guide to staking VEGA tokens for the first time ↗, including downloading and setting up the Vega Wallet desktop app, written by members of the Commodum validator team.
How to run your own local version of Console ↗, a trading interface for Vega. Note, this code may not be actively maintained.
This guide was created by members of the Vega Builders Club. If you spot any problems, you can raise them on the GitHub repo, or send a message on Discord ↗ to reach the Builders Club members.
The following example libraries provide code for submitting signed transactions to the Vega protocol via gRPC, bypassing the Vega Wallet. Note, these may not be actively maintained, so you should test before using either on an active network.
Bot sample code
Sample code for submitting orders using the APIs: github.com/jeremyletang/vegamm ↗.
Example Python setup code for running a simple market maker: github.com/MM0819/vega-protocol-market-maker-python ↗
Note that these repos and the code within them may not be actively maintained, so you should to test it before using it on an active network.
Ask Vega AI
Ask Vega ↗: An AI support app for learning about the Vega protocol.
This tool was built by members of the Vega Builders Club, using ChatGPT trained on the Vega blog and documentation. If you spot any problems or would like to contribute to it, raise an issue on the GitHub repo, or send a message on Discord ↗ to reach the Builders Club members.