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Freighter

This repo is constructed using yarn workspaces and consists of the 4 sections:

  • the browser extension (/extension)
  • the client-facing SDK (/@stellar/freighter-api)
  • the docs (/docs)
  • some shared files that the above use (/@shared/*)

Prerequisites

You will need

Build the extension

To simply build a production version of the extension, install the prerequisites then navigate to this root folder in your command line and run these 2 steps:

yarn

followed by

yarn build:extension:production

This will generate the files that make up the extension in extension/build

Starting a dev environment

yarn
yarn start

This will start up multiple watching builds in parallel:

  • The @stellar/freighter-api npm module
  • The docs, serving on localhost:3000
  • A dev server with the webapp running in the extension, serving on localhost:9000
  • The actual built extension, able to be installed in Chrome, in build/

Each of these will build in response to editing their source.

These can be started individually with yarn start:\<workspace name\> where \<workspace name\> is one of:

  • freighter-api
  • docs
  • extension
yarn build

This will produce final output for the docs, the @stellar/freighter npm module, and the extension.

yarn build:\<workspace name\>, like the equivalent start commands, will build an individual workspace.

Useful URLs:

The popup webapp

The getPublicKey playground The signTransaction playground

It's important to note that these two won't interact with the dev server popup UI on localhost:9000 — you'll need to re-install the unpacked extension each time you make a change.

Importing a workspace

In some cases, you will want to import a workspace into another. For example, in extension we need to import @shared/constants. To do this, simply add @shared/constants to the dependencies list in package.json in extension. Yarn symlinks all the workspaces, so doing so will allow you to import files from the @shared/constants workspace as if it were a published npm package.

Dependencies

Many dev dependencies (such as Typescript, linters, Webpack, etc.) have been moved to the root package.json to allow devs to upgrade these libraries all in one place.