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Cosmic.Link website

The website is served directly from the GitHub repository, thanks to CloudFlare CDN. More precisely, what is served is the HEAD of the master branch of the build repository.

Integrity check

This web application have a unique property: anybody can check that the website served at is indeed built from the last sources. It requires git, npm and sh:

git clone
cd webapp-cosmic-link
npm run check

The last command will replay the application build and compare the result with what is currently served on the web. If any file differ, it will tell about them and this means that what is served is not what it is supposed to be. If nothing differ, then the integrity check pass and you'll see the following message:

nothing to commit, working directory clean

Run a copy of the Cosmic.Link website

You can run this website locally, or run your own fork on the web quite easily. This ensure the CosmicLink protocol doesn't stay under its creator control and can spread around in a decentralized manner.

Run it locally 1 (download)

You can get an archive of the website at:

Some browsers will accept to index.html like this (like Firefox), some other won't (like Chrome).

Run it locally 2 (git, npm & live-server)

If you have git and npm, you can serve the website locally:

git clone
cd https-cosmic-link
npm install --global live-server

The website should be available at If you want to use it with your Ledger Wallet, you'll need to serve the website over a local https layer. To do so:

npm install --global live-server-https
live-server --https=/usr/local/lib/node_modules/live-server-https

Serve it on the web

You can serve your own clone of the Cosmic.Link website on Github simply by forking the repository. Then go to the repository settings and under GitHub Pages select Master as Source. Your clone will be available at:


You can serve it over your own by tweaking the CNAME file and making your domain point to GitHub

You can then use it to link Stellar transactions from static documents, social medias and your websites.

Tweak it

If you only want to change the way the website display, you can edit the files index.html and main.css of the build repository.

If you want to play with the JavaScript sources, you need to get them beforehand:

git clone
cd webapp-cosmic-link
npm install
npm run get
npm run serve

The changes made to the JavaScript files into the src/ directory will be pushed to the website automatically. The changes to the HTML and CSS files in the src/ directory have to be manually pushed using:

npm build-html
npm build-css

Remember that the source repository contains the build repository as a submodule at web/. All you'll have to do to publish your modified version of the website is to push this submodule to your own GitHub repository.

Build it

To pack the production version:

npm run format
npm run build

Check build integrity

The git status should show no modified files after running:

npm run check


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