Each toolchain has several "components", which are tools used to develop on Fuel.
fuelup component command is used to manage the installed components.
Components can be added to an already-installed toolchain with the
fuelup component command:
fuelup component add forc
In custom toolchains, you also have the choice of adding a specific version of a component:
fuelup component add [email protected]
The following is an overview of components installable through
forc— The Fuel Orchestrator, a suite of tools to work with the Fuel ecosystem. This comes with some built-in plugin executables, including but not limited to:
fuel-core— Full node implementation of the Fuel v2 protocol, written in Rust.
forc-explore— A Forc plugin for running the Fuel Block Explorer.
forc-wallet- A Forc plugin for managing Fuel wallets.
fuel-indexer- A standalone service that can be used to index various components of the Fuel blockchain.
forc-index- A Forc plugin used to interact with a Fuel Indexer service.