Table of Contents
- About The Project
- Getting Started
About The Project
Expedition is a minimal block explorer for Ethereum Stack and utilizes Jade Service Runner for managing background services (Multi-Geth), OpenRPC for underlying functionality, and Pristine. It does not use a database, and can be configured to point at any remote RPC node for any EVM-based network. The goal of Jade Explorer is to provide a resource for network information and block exploration.
- Display chain id
- Syncing status
- Runtime configuration for endpoints
- Search by Block, Transaction, Address
- Charts for hash, transaction count, gas used, uncles
- Preview latest blocks with pagination
- Multi-language support
Clone/ download the project, and install dependencies.
git clone https://github.com/etclabscore/expedition.git && cd expedition && npm install
If you don't have a service-runner running, then you can use the one in the package.json via: (or see the configuration section below to provide your own ethereum rpc URL):
npm run service-runner
Jade Service Runner will run at http://localhost:8002/.
Core-Geth & Service Runner
By default, core-geth service will run ETC mainnet. Jade Service runner conveniently contains the service in the
/.services/ directory of project.
# ./services/ . └── core-geth └── 1.11.2 └── core-geth └── 1.11.2 └── classic ├── geth │ ├── chaindata │ ├── ethash │ └── nodes └── keystore
Start the explorer
The explorer will run at http://localhost:3000/.
Set rpc via url
?rpcUrl= Set custom rpc url.
Configure default urls via environment variables
Override eth url
REACT_APP_ETH_RPC_URL=https://services.jade.builders/core-geth/mainnet/1.11.2 npm start
Override service runner url
REACT_APP_SERVICE_RUNNER_URL=https://services.jade.builders/ npm start
See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).
Apache License 2.0
This repo originally forked from ETCDEVTeam/emerald-explorer.