https://github.com/dap-ps/discover for current state.WARNING: This repository is deprecated. See
A repo for Dapp Discovery through Status, and any other browser. Viewing curated information does not require any special tools, though effecting the way information is ranked will require a web3 wallet, whether that is Status, MetaMask, Trust, Brave or whichever one you prefer.
This project is based on Embark v4.0.1, with a few things customised for React. Currently, you'll need to run the app and Embark separately, in different tabs in your terminal.
npm run build
Builds the app into the
Steps to run the app:
embark run testnet --noserver
Will connect to the ropsten blockchain and IPFS through Infura
- SNT - 0x2764b5da3696E3613Ef9864E9B4613f9fA478E75
- Discover - 0x9591a20b9B601651eDF1072A1Dda994C0B1a5bBf
Manual needed steps: Once embark is running:
- In embarkjs.js (row 532) -> change
this._ipfsConnection.version()This is needed because Infura's IPFS has deprecated
idendpoint, but it was used in embark in order to check if the Infura IPFS API is active.. The workaround above do the same as the deprecated functionality.
- In embark.json -> Change the row where
"generationDir": "src/embarkArtifacts"to be just
"generationDir": "embarkArtifacts". In this way you should not do step 1 every time you performing
embark run testnet
npm run start
Runs the app in the development mode.
Open http://localhost:3000 to view it in the browser. The page will reload if you make edits.
You will also see any lint errors in the console.
Important! If you get
can't establish a connection to a nodeerror, try to open http://localhost:3000 in chrome browser.
Will compile your contracts, with hot-reloading, and let you test them locally to your heart's content.
slither . --exclude naming-convention --filter-paths token
Make sure you get TrailofBits' latest static analysis tool, and do your own static analysis on the relevant contracts that will be deployed for Discover.