How to run and publish: ping21
Get the latest version of the 21 software. You should be at version
$ 21 update $ 21 --version 21 v2.3.5
Clone the ping21 repository.
$ git clone https://github.com/21dotco/ping21.git $ cd ping21 $ sudo easy_install3 pip $ sudo pip3 install -r requirements.txt
21market Marketplace, and start a local
server to accept ping21 requests. The server will run in the
background and process requests. You can optionally edit the file
to change the default price, which is 5 Satoshis per request.
$ 21 join 21market $ python3 ping21-server.py -d
21 publish to submit the manifest file describing the
ping21 service you just started. You can pass in arguments to override the
default values in the file. The name and email should be your own. The price
field should match the price in the
@payment.required decorator in
The host of
'AUTO' is a special input that tells the publish command to use
the IP of your bitcoin computer within the
21market Marketplace (see
[here](https://21.co/learn/21-marketplace/#the-21-network for details)). The
port of 6002 is the default port specified within the
ping21-server.py code that you are running.
$ 21 publish submit manifest.yaml -p 'name="Joe Smith" email="email@example.com" price="5" host="AUTO" port="6002"'
After a brief wait of a second or so, you should be able to use
21 publish list
to see the endpoint you just put up:
$ 21 publish list
You can also search the 21 Marketplace for your app:
$ 21 search "ping21"
You can now use bitcoin to buy that endpoint from yourself to test it out:
$ 21 buy url $HOST:$PORT/?uri=google.com
$HOST is your Bitcoin Computer's IP address on the 21 Marketplace and
$PORT is the port the web service is running on.
And you can see a receipt for this transaction:
$ 21 log