StellarTerm is a web based trading client for use on the Stellar network. This client aims to make it easy and safe for users of any skill level to trade on the Stellar network by making a clear and secure user interface. Try it out at https://stellarterm.com
API for developers (built on AWS Lambda)
The StellarTerm API contains information on the markets on the Stellar network. This information is useful for the StellarTerm client itself as well as other developers that want to use this data.
It is currently under active development and is not yet finished. See it in action here: https://api.stellarterm.com/
StellarTerm maintains a manually curated directory file with a listing of well known anchors and assets on the Stellar network. For more information, see the directory README.
StellarTerm client custom network
To use the testnet, simply add
#testnet to the url to activate it. To exit, refresh the page where the url is not
Custom horizon builds
Some developers may want to use StellarTerm pointed to a custom horizon server or even a custom network. To do this, you must build StellarTerm locally.
The StellarTerm build process checks for the presence of relevant environment variables.
export STELLARTERM_CUSTOM_HORIZON_URL="https://horizon-testnet.stellar.org" export STELLARTERM_CUSTOM_NETWORK_PASSPHRASE="Test SDF Network ; September 2015"
Once built, the configuration will be embedded into the StellarTerm output file (and the environment variable is no longer needed). To check this, look at the output of
index.html and search for
The project is hosted on GitHub pages in the stellarterm/stellarterm.github.io repository. The client is wrapped into a single html file and it's sha 256 sum is recorded on each git commit.
Client development instructions
Make sure you have Node.js 7.4.0 or higher installed. If not, install it (Node version manager is recommended).
# Check your node version using this command node --version
# Clone the project git clone https://github.com/stellarterm/stellarterm.git cd stellarterm # Install the npm and bower dependencies npm run setup
The build process has tools watches the code and rebuilds if something has changed. It will also serve the app locally (usually http://localhost:3000) and automatically refresh the page when changes are built.
This builds a single index.html file with assets inlined. The single file contains the whole app and can be hosted online. Output file is in
npm run production
Products in the StellarTerm ecosystem is open source software and is licensed under the Apache-2.0 license. Please understand the license carefully before using StellarTerm.
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