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[Pre-Launch Bounty] Create a screencast of you installing assist.js into a dapp #1

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ryana opened this Issue Jan 17, 2019 · 13 comments

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ryana commented Jan 17, 2019

Blocknative's assist.js is a javascript widget you can embed into a dapp to help with onboarding, transaction notifications, and user success analytics. It has been designed to require minimal setup. You can read more about Blocknative and assist.js's features here:

Leading up to a more public launch, we would like some more feedback on installing our library. Please screencast yourself installing assist.js. You do not have to put assist.js into a live, mainnet dapp. We only need a screencast of you installing it and testing it out, even if only locally. We would like to see you writing code. We want to see where you run into trouble. We would like your thoughts on how we can improve our documentation.

As this is a new library, you may run into problems and not be able to continue. This is still incredibly useful, so credit will be given to those who submit a screencast of even attempting to install assist.js into their dapp.

Once you are accepted for the bounty, we will provide an assist.js API key.

Once your screencast is created, I will provide a Google Drive link you can upload it to.

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Issue Status: 1. Open 2. Started 3. Submitted 4. Done


This issue now has a funding of 0.5 ETH (51.64 USD @ $103.28/ETH) attached to it as part of the blocknative fund.

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Issue Status: 1. Open 2. Started 3. Submitted 4. Done


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ryana commented Jan 28, 2019

@iamonuwa awesome. can I email you the API key and Google Drive folder URL at your github profile matrix...@gmail.com email address?

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iamonuwa commented Jan 28, 2019

Yes please

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ryana commented Jan 28, 2019

@iamonuwa done. Thanks!

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Issue Status: 1. Open 2. Started 3. Submitted 4. Done


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ryana commented Jan 29, 2019

Thanks @iamonuwa -- I was hoping to get a screencast of the actual implementation. We were hoping to see you writing code. We wanted to see what you did, what trouble you went through, where you got stuck, etc....

I will pay out this bounty since I was not clear, but would you please give us a little write up on your thoughts on assist.js? Was it easy to install? Did it make sense? Did it seem useful?

Thanks!

@iamessien @sambhav2612 please see this comment.

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iamonuwa commented Jan 29, 2019

Thanks @iamonuwa -- I was hoping to get a screencast of the actual implementation. We were hoping to see you writing code. We wanted to see what you did, what trouble you went through, where you got stuck, etc....

I will pay out this bounty since I was not clear, but would you please give us a little write up on your thoughts on assist.js? Was it easy to install? Did it make sense? Did it seem useful?

Thanks!

@iamessien @sambhav2612 please see this comment.

It does make sense to have a tool like this. But I got stuck going past the selecting the required network. Although I was thinking the assist.js will have its own UI.

Having an npm package for this library will also go a long way for frameworks and libraries like angular, vue and react to use it.

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iamonuwa commented Feb 2, 2019

@ryana are you there?

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ryana commented Feb 5, 2019

@iamonuwa Yes sir! I am away from my metamask wallet right now. I will approve & release funds this evening!

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ryana commented Feb 6, 2019

@iamonuwa bounty paid out. Thanks!

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ryana commented Feb 6, 2019

@iamessien @sambhav2612 are you still working on this bounty?

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Issue Status: 1. Open 2. Started 3. Submitted 4. Done


The funding of 0.5 ETH (53.39 USD @ $106.78/ETH) attached to this issue has been approved & issued to @iamonuwa.

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