Note: these docs are for Drips v2. If you are looking for docs for Drips v1, you can find them here.
The Drips protocol is a collection of public, open smart contracts deployed on EVM-based blockchains, equally accessible to every user and application. Because of this, there is no one single way of interacting with the Drips protocol. While the Drips App is one way of interacting with the Drips protocol, users can also access the full power and functionality of Drips contracts in any of the following alternative ways as well:
Etherscan is a block explorer and analytics platform for Ethereum. Other networks have similar block exploerers, often also operated by Etherscan. The Drips contracts can be accessed using these block explorers at the addresses specified on the Smart Contract and Subgraph Details Page. For example, the DripsHub smart contract on the Goerli testnet can be acessed here. Other networks have similar block explorers.
ethBuild is an educational sandbox for web3, including drag-and-drop programming and open source building blocks. With ethBuild, you can call a function on an Ethereum contract (for example, to create a Drip or Split configuration) by sending it a transaction with the function arguments in the data.
MyEtherWallet is a free, client side interface helping you interact with the Ethereum blockchain. Their easy-to-use, open-source platform allows you to generate wallets, interact with (Drips) smart contracts, and more.
The web3.js Library makes it easy to interact with smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain, including the Drips smart contracts.