pub struct ResourceBuilder;
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Utility for setting up a new resource.

  • You start the building process with one of the methods starting with new_.
  • The allowed methods change depending on which methods have already been called. For example, you can either use owner_non_fungible_badge or set access rules individually, but not both.
  • You can complete the building process using either create_with_no_initial_supply() or mint_initial_supply(..).

§Example

use scrypto::prelude::*;

let bucket = ResourceBuilder::new_fungible(OwnerRole::None)
    .mint_initial_supply(5);

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impl ResourceBuilder

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pub fn new_fungible( owner_role: OwnerRole ) -> InProgressResourceBuilder<FungibleResourceType>

Starts a new builder to create a fungible resource.

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pub fn new_string_non_fungible<D: NonFungibleData>( owner_role: OwnerRole ) -> InProgressResourceBuilder<NonFungibleResourceType<StringNonFungibleLocalId, D, FixedEnumVariant<NON_FUNGIBLE_DATA_SCHEMA_VARIANT_LOCAL, LocalNonFungibleDataSchema>>>

Starts a new builder to create a non-fungible resource with a NonFungibleIdType::String

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pub fn new_integer_non_fungible<D: NonFungibleData>( owner_role: OwnerRole ) -> InProgressResourceBuilder<NonFungibleResourceType<IntegerNonFungibleLocalId, D, FixedEnumVariant<NON_FUNGIBLE_DATA_SCHEMA_VARIANT_LOCAL, LocalNonFungibleDataSchema>>>

Starts a new builder to create a non-fungible resource with a NonFungibleIdType::Integer

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pub fn new_bytes_non_fungible<D: NonFungibleData>( owner_role: OwnerRole ) -> InProgressResourceBuilder<NonFungibleResourceType<BytesNonFungibleLocalId, D, FixedEnumVariant<NON_FUNGIBLE_DATA_SCHEMA_VARIANT_LOCAL, LocalNonFungibleDataSchema>>>

Starts a new builder to create a non-fungible resource with a NonFungibleIdType::Bytes

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pub fn new_ruid_non_fungible<D: NonFungibleData>( owner_role: OwnerRole ) -> InProgressResourceBuilder<NonFungibleResourceType<RUIDNonFungibleLocalId, D, FixedEnumVariant<NON_FUNGIBLE_DATA_SCHEMA_VARIANT_LOCAL, LocalNonFungibleDataSchema>>>

Starts a new builder to create a non-fungible resource with a NonFungibleIdType::RUID

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