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JavaScript Model for wallet.


Install Yarn

yarn # recommended, can also use `npm install`
npm run build


npm test


Watch files and re-build

npm run build:watch


Clean generated files:

make clean

Getting Started

Load dist/my-wallet.js.

Optional: set alias for modules you use

var MyWallet = Blockchain.MyWallet;
var WalletStore = Blockchain.WalletStore;
var Spender = Blockchain.Spender;
var API = Blockchain.API;

Disable logout, if desired, for development work:


// Set an interval, since logout gets reactived by certain parts of the code
window.setInterval(function() { MyWallet.disableLogout(true); }, 60000);

My Wallet communicates about its state with user-defined event listeners. Setup a listener like so:

function myListenerFun(eventName, data) {
    // Handle events

// Register listener function with MyWallet

Some events that we need to process:

Event Name Our Action
did_multiaddr Populate wallet statistics on the UI
hd_wallets_does_not_exist Create an HD wallet
on_wallet_decrypt_finish Get wallet transaction history

To build an HD wallet with an existing legacy wallet, we must initialize after receiving event notification from MyWallet.

var passphrase = MyWallet.generateHDWalletPassphrase();

MyWallet.initializeHDWallet(passphrase, null, null, _successFun, _errorFun);

Load a wallet from the server, with no 2FA

var guid = "my-wallet-guid-1234-bcde";
var pass = "wallet-password";
var twoFactorCode = null;

MyWallet.fetchWalletJSON(guid, null, null, pass, twoFactorCode,
    successFun, need2FAfun, wrong2FAfun, otherErrorFun);

// Do stuff with the wallet
var LegacyAddresses = MyWallet.getLegacyActiveAddresses();

In order to fetch the wallet history, make a call to get_history:

MyWallet.get_history(_successFun, _errorFun);

get_history will trigger the did_multiaddr event on completion, so the wallet stats and display can be updated.


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