In order to print the list of available global variables and commands just type
.help in the interactive shell.
A nice feature of the Parasol session is that it automatically resolves Promises synchronously. This makes life easier when interacting with contracts and web3.
For example, in the default Parasol installation, if you run this:
The session will return the token name
'Token' instead of a Promise.
You can interact with contracts that were previously deployed in networks and registered at the
addressbook.json file. Simply run:
parasol interact [network]
[network] is not provided, it will be set to
mainnet by default.