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EOSJS Signature Provider for EOSIO Authenticator in iOS

A Signature Provider Interface for communicating with an authenticator from iOS Safari using the EOSIO Authentication Transport Protocol Specification.

EOSIO Labs

About EOSIO Labs

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Overview

When plugged into eosjs, this signature provider enables iOS web applications to route signing requests to an iOS authenticator app. Full instructions for eosjs can be found here.

Notes

This signature provider currently only works for mobile Safari.

Installation

yarn add eosjs-ios-browser-signature-provider-interface

Basic Usage

import { Api, JsonRpc } from "eosjs"
import { SignatureProvider } from "eosjs-ios-browser-signature-provider-interface"

const rpc = new JsonRpc("RPC_ENDPOINT_HERE")
const signatureProvider = new SignatureProvider({
  declaredDomain: "YOUR_DOMAIN", // This domain must have a `chain-manifests.json` file at the root
  returnUrl: "YOUR_DOMAIN",
})
const api = new Api({
  rpc,
  signatureProvider,
})

api.transact(...)

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Contribution

Check out the Contributing guide and please adhere to the Code of Conduct

License

MIT licensed

Important

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