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Pali Wallet Browser extension

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To learn how to develop Pali Wallet-compatible applications, visit our documentation.

Getting Started

Ensure you have

  • Node.js 10 or later installed
  • Yarn v1 or v2 installed

Then run the following:

  • yarn install to install dependencies.
  • yarn run dev:chrome to start the development server for chrome extension
  • yarn run dev:firefox to start the development server for firefox addon
  • yarn run dev:opera to start the development server for opera extension
  • yarn run build:chrome to build chrome extension
  • yarn run build:firefox to build firefox addon
  • yarn run build:opera to build opera extension
  • yarn run build builds and packs extensions all at once to build/ directory


  • yarn install to install dependencies.

  • To watch file changes in development

    • Chrome
      • yarn run dev:chrome
    • Firefox
      • yarn run dev:firefox
    • Opera
      • yarn run dev:opera
  • Load extension in browser

  • Chrome

    • Go to the browser address bar and type chrome://extensions
    • Check the Developer Mode button to enable it.
    • Click on the Load Unpacked Extension… button.
    • Select your extension’s extracted directory.
  • Firefox

    • Load the Add-on via about:debugging as temporary Add-on.
    • Choose the manifest.json file in the extracted directory
  • Opera

    • Load the extension via opera:extensions
    • Check the Developer Mode and load as unpacked from extension’s extracted directory.


  • yarn run build builds the extension for all the browsers to build/BROWSER directory respectively.

Note: By default the manifest.json is set with version 0.0.0. The webpack loader will update the version in the build with that of the package.json version. In order to release a new version, update version in package.json and run script.