Status: INACTIVE. This repository is not in active development. It points to the stellard network, which is being replaced by stellar-core. Please refer to the replacement repository, interstellar-client, which points to the stellar-core network.
The Stellar client is an AngularJS application that allows users to interact with the Stellar network from their browser. This client allows users to register for an account, generate a wallet containing cryptographic keys, and submit transactions to the Stellar network.
You can see it in action here: https://launch.stellar.org
Encrypting secret data:
- Secret keys are encrypted in the browser before storing them in a stellar-wallet server.
- Wallets are encrypted using 256bit AES in GCM mode.
- The key used to encrypt/decrypt a wallet is derived from a username and password using scrypt.
- Transactions are signed using the Ed25519 signature system implemented in tweetnacl.
- Signing keys are generated randomly during registration.
- Transactions are signed in the browser before submitting them to a stellard server.
Setting up your dev server
# Install bower and gulp npm install -g bower npm install -g gulp # Install dev dependencies npm install # Install app dependencies bower install # (optional) Install phantomjs for automated testing brew install phantomjs
Starting your dev server
By default, your client will be running against the
stg environment, which is connected to the stellar testnet.
Testing against the production wallet and api services
Switching what service endpoints your client is talking too is as simple as running a gulp task and restarting your dev server.
gulp config-prd gulp develop
gulp config-prd will overwrite app/scripts/config.js with the values from config/prd.js, pointing you at the production apis.
We've created a public roadmap so that you can see what work is planned, what is in progress, and when features have been released. You can see previews of designs, give feedback, and up-vote roadmap items.
- Fork this project
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push -u origin my-new-feature)
- Create a new Pull Request
If you are wanting to help and not sure what to work on look for issues with the contribute label.
Stellar Client is open source and permissively licensed under the ISC license. See the LICENSE file for more details.