Everything you need to write your own Ethereum wallet and interact with the blockchain.
Please note this documentation is a work in progress, with many stubs and place holders. The bulk of the documentation is being put together in a readthedocs RST document and this is just to help out a (very) little in the meantime.
- Simple and complete public API
- Ready-to-go; drop the framework into your project and you are off to the races
- Full testnet support
- Geth Secret Storage Wallet support
- BIP39 + BIP32 + BIP44 support (SLIP 44)
- ICAP + checksum address support
- Multiple providers and meta-providers
- Secure; all private keys are stored in self-clearing memory
- A large test suite to ensure correctness against other libraries
- Open Source (MIT Licensed)
To use the Framework, add the ethers.Framework to your project and add:
An account contains a private key used to sign transactions and prove ownership of an account.
- Import/Export Geth Secret storage wallets
- Generate and import BIP 39 mnemonic wallets (m/44'/60'/0'/0/0)
- A provider is used to connect to the blockchain.
- Checksum Addresses
- IBAN/ICAP Addresses
- Explain why we need to use Bignumbers
- Chainable and able to make a dependency tree
- Serialize and deserialize transactions
- EIP155 support
- Information (possibly incomplete) about a transaction
- Information about a block
- Connects to the Etherscan API endpoints.
- Connect to INFURA with an optional API Access Token.
- Connect to any Parity, Geth, et cetera node.
- On error, try the next provider in the list.
- Randomly selects from a list of providers, with fallback.
- Still a lot of issues with the iOS Geth library (and xgo)
- Makes the phone VERY hot
- Create NSMutableData backed objects with a SecureAllocator to zero the memory when deallocated.
- Convenience methods for operating on hex strings
- Convert between ether value strings and wei
- Parse payment URI
Still need an equivalent to the Ethers.Contract object to parse an ABI, and generate ABI encoders/decoders.
Everything is released under the MIT license, so these is absolutely no need to donate anything. If you would like to buy me a coffee though, I certainly won't complain. =)