Table of Contents
- Application Structure
- Development Prerequisites
- Development Guide
BananoVault is available on your desktop (Windows/Mac/Linux) - just head over to the releases section and download the latest version for your OS.
You can also use BananoVault from any device on the web at vault.banano.cc
If you run into any issues, please use the GitHub Issue Tracker or head over to our Discord Server! We are continually improving and adding new features based on the feedback you provide, so please let your opinions be known!
To get an idea of some of the things that are planned for the near future, check out the Road Map.
Everything below is only for contributing to the development of BananoVault
releases section, or use the web wallet at vault.banano.ccTo download BananoVault go to the
The application is broken into a few separate pieces:
- BananoVault - The main wallet application (UI + Seed Generation/Block Signing/Etc).
- BananoVault-Server - Serves the Wallet UI and brokers public communication between the wallet and the Banano Node.
- BananoVault-WS - Websocket server that receives new blocks from the Banano node and sends them in real time to the wallet ui.
- Node Package Manager: Install NPM
- Angular CLI:
npm install -g @angular/cli
Clone repository and install dependencies
git clone https://github.com/bananocoin/bananovault cd bananovault npm install
npm run wallet:dev
https://localhost:4200, and ignore the ssl cert error)Run the wallet in dev mode with ledger support (use
npm run wallet:dev-ssl
Build Wallet (For Production)
Build a production version of the wallet for web:
npm run wallet:build
Build a production version of the wallet for desktop: (Required for all desktop builds)
npm run wallet:build-desktop
All desktop builds require that you have built a desktop version of the wallet before running!
Run the desktop wallet in dev mode:
npm run desktop:dev
Build the desktop wallet for your local OS (Will be in
npm run desktop:local
Build the desktop wallet for Windows+Mac+Linux (May require dependencies for your OS View them here):
npm run desktop:full
Running unit tests
ng test to execute the unit tests via Karma.
Running end-to-end tests
ng e2e to execute the end-to-end tests via Protractor.
Special thanks to the following!
- cronoh/nanovault - Creator of nanovault
- numtel/nano-webgl-pow - WebGL PoW Implementation
- jaimehgb/RaiBlocksWebAssemblyPoW - CPU PoW Implementation
- dcposch/blakejs - Blake2b Implementation
- dchest/tweetnacl-js - Cryptography Implementation
If you have found BananoVault useful and are feeling generous, you can donate to the original author's nano address: