This is the repository of the Solaris Core Wallet, a full node staking wallet using Electron and Angular at the front-end and .NET Core with C# in the back-end.
Building and running the Solaris Core daemon
The Solaris Core daemon is the backend REST service, hosting a Solaris node upon which Solaris Core depends.
The Solaris Core daemon is hosted in another repository. All information on building and running the daemon can be found here.
Building and running the Solaris Core user interface
Download and install the latest Long Term Support (LTS) version of NodeJS at: https://nodejs.org/.
Clone this repository locally:
git clone https://www.github.com/SolarisPlatform/SolarisCore
Navigate to the StratisCore.UI folder in a terminal:
Install dependencies with npm:
From within the StratisCore.UI directory run:
Run the UI in development mode
Terminal Window 1
Terminal Window 2
npm run mainnet to start the UI in mainnet mode or
npm run testnet to start the UI in testnet mode.
This will compile the Angular code and spawn the Electron process.
Build the UI for production
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The application is optimised. Only the files of /dist folder are included in the executable. Distributable packages can be found in the StratisCore.UI/app-builds/ folder
Every time someone pushes to the master branch or create a pull request on it, a build is triggered and a new unstable app release is created.
If you want the