EtherListen - Ethereum Transaction Visualizer
etherlisten.min.js file using Grunt. If you haven't used Grunt before, here is a short tutorial:
Install grunt-cli using
sudo npm install -g grunt-cli.
Cd into the project directory and run
npm installto install the proper Grunt version and dependencies for this project.
gruntto build EtherListen. Alternatively, run
grunt watchto build EtherListen, host it at http://localhost:8000, and watch for and rebuild changes in the source files.
The compiled/minified script will be output to
APIs and Libraries
EtherListen uses these libraries:
EtherListen uses these APIs:
WebSocket API (For Transactions) . Not anymore - proved too slow with the rising transaction rate.
It now uses a custom compiled geth and its websocket interface: etherlisten-geth.
Copyright (c) 2015 Kobi Gurkan
Copyright (c) 2014 Maximillian Laumeister
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