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* start with rinkeby network

* extend WalletConnectProvider overriding methods

* config not to transpile classes

* disable `network: rinkeby` workaround

* extend WalletConnectProvider

* disable only transform-classes babel plugin

* don't update state unnecessarily

* Revert "disable only transform-classes babel plugin"

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* Revert "config not to transpile classes"

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* switch to monkey-patching prototype

* remove network option
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dFusion DEX: PoC Web App

Web app for dFusion DEX (see the dFusion paper).

This app will allow to:

  • See the balances for any token: Both in your wallet and the exchange
  • Deposit/Withdraw tokens from the exchange
  • Submit sell orders to the Exchange

Running locally

# Install dependencies
npm install

# Start dev server in http://localhost:8080
npm start

Open http://localhost:8080 in any browser.

Mock mode (default)

The app will run by default in mock mode, that means that all service implementations will be replaced by a mocked one with some fake data. This is useful for development, however it's also useful to run it with the actual implementation:

# Disable mock mode
MOCK=false npm start

Alternatively, if you want to modify always this behaviour, add the env var into a local .env file (i.e. use .env.example as an example of the content).

Autoconnect for mock mode (default)

When running in mock mode, the wallet will be connected automatically, to change this behaviour run the app:

# Disable autoconnect, for mock mode
AUTOCONNECT=false npm start

Alternatively, if you want to modify always this behaviour, add the env var into a local .env file (i.e. use .env.example as an example of the content).

Build app

npm run build

The static files will be generated in ./dist dir.

Run tests

npm test

Automatically fixing code

Manually, by running:

npm run lint:fix

If you use Visual Studio Code, it's recommended to install Prettier - Code formatter and add the following to your settings.json

"eslint.autoFixOnSave":  true,
"eslint.validate":  [
  "javascript",
  "javascriptreact",
  {"language":  "typescript",  "autoFix":  true  },
  {"language":  "typescriptreact",  "autoFix":  true  }
]

Testnet faucets

In order to get testing tokens, read up the information here: faucet

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