Please see CONTRIBUTING_GUIDE.md for more information.
Using Commercial Fonts
Basier Circle and
Gilroy used in the production version are commercial fonts. This repository only contains open fonts and uses
Open Sans as a replacement for the commercial ones.
If you have licensed copies of
Basier Circle and
Gilroy, you can add them to type.css. After that, the
dev npm scripts run without any errors.
git clone https://github.com/LiskHQ/lisk-desktop.git cd lisk-desktop npm install npm run dev
Run on browser
For ease of development, you can set the following query string to see network options in login page:
If you are actively developing in a specific route, and want to be automatically signed in every time you reload the page, please add the following input pairs to your localStorage:
loginKey: a valid passphrase
localStorage.setItem('loginKey', 'wagon stock borrow episode laundry kitten salute link globe zero feed marble') // desired account passphrase
When developing with hardware wallet, this will sign you in using the first account on the first connected hardware wallet:
You can use the same approach to define a desired network to which Lisk Desktop connects:
localStorage.setItem('liskCoreUrl', 'http://localhost:4000') // desired node to log in into
To build the project simply run
npm run build
Under the hood, this script runs
npm run build-prod
to build the React app under
npm run build-electron
to build the electron app under
app/ using webpack. You can run the above scripts individually if you're looking to see the changes solely on one of the two said applications.
If you have already built the application as described above, you can launch Electron using
npm run start
Run with parameters
To launch a version which supports hardware wallets, you can run
npm run dev-hardware-wallet
or to launch electron and receive live updates from already running
webpack-dev-server on port
8080 and you can run
LISK_HUB_URL="http://localhost:8080" DEBUG=true npm run start
This comes with Redux dev tools.
Build package for Windows (on Windows in Git BASH).
npm run pack:win
Build package for macOS (on macOs)
npm run pack
Build package for Linux (on Linux).
npm run pack
npm run test
Run each time a file changes
npm run test-live
In order to run e2e tests you need to install lisk-core
Setup a lisk test node as described in Preparing Node headline under the tests section of Lisk Framework README.
Run lisk test node with pm2 on
Start the development version of Lisk:
npm run dev
Apply blockchain snapshot
~/git/lisk/ with your path to lisk core)
Run e2e tests
npm run cypress:run
To launch storybook sandbox with components run
npm run storybook
and navigate to
├── __mocks__/ # Modules used to mock dependencies for testing purpose. ├── .storybook/ # React storybooks reside here. ├── app/ # Electron based application that launces the react app. ├── build/ # Build specific materials. ├── config/ # Automation scripts (Webpack configurations, i18n scanner, etc) ├── coverage/ # Results of Jest test coverage. ├── dist/ # Platform specific built outputs. ├── docs/ # Project documentations such as contribution guides and development guidelines. ├── i18n/ # Localization files inluding setup scripts and translation json files. ├── libs/ # Modules which can be consumed individually in other projects. ├── node_modules/ # 3rd-party libraries and utilities. ├── src/ # Application source code. │ ├── actions/ # Store actions reside here and are broken into script files dedicated to each system entity. │ ├── app/ # The bootstrap React application │ ├── assets/ # Static files (images, fonts, etc) │ ├── components/ # React presentational components are located here. │ │ ├── screens/ # These are the component that represent screens with dedicated URL. │ │ ├── shared/ # These are the React components used at least in 2 other components (calendar, liskAmount, etc) │ │ └── toolbox/ # Basic elements with basic styles and functionality which are used in numerous places (button, input, etc) │ ├── constants/ # Names, addresses, static configurations and other values used throughout the application │ ├── context/ # React context configuration files │ ├── hooks/ # React custom hooks │ ├── store/ # Redux store resides here. │ │ ├── middlewares/ # All the Redux middlewares are places here and have their dedicated script files based on the system entities. │ │ ├── reducers/ # Redux reducers are located here. similar to actions and reducers, they are placed in script files named after the entity they represent. │ ├── utils/ # Utility functions └──test/ # E2E tests written with Cypress.io and Cucumber; also some helpers used by unit test that live in /src
See contributors section.
Copyright © 2016-2018 Lisk Foundation
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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