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Nice, but how about adding the feature to show the balance for a particular address? That's what people most commonly do with blockchain.info

Thats not really possible with titan, since it creates a new stealth address for every transaction. 
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Nice, but how about adding the feature to show the balance for a particular address? That's what people most commonly do with blockchain.info

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whenever i click on a block none of the transaction details are viewable...

Think I got it fixed now, let me know if you encounter any other bugs! I'm back to vacationing! ;)
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whenever i click on a block none of the transaction details are viewable...
Yea it looks like the transactions aren't getting saved properly atm, but I'm at the airport so won't be able to look into it before tomorrow I think :(
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whenever i click on a block none of the transaction details are viewable...

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are you going to publish the source code?

Thanks. To be honest the code isn't in any shape to be open-sourced, I'd be happy to answer questions though if anyone needs help. I'm using the MEAN stack to build it, polling a wallet daemon with Nodejs, post-treating where necessary and then storing everything with Mongo, serving it up with Express, and the website is done using angularjs.
Thats the exact same setup i plan to use for the charity delegates backend .. however i can use some help coding. ... i already managed to build a nodejs rpx proxy and some basic express/jade/angular page ...

Once i am at a stage where this thing can be used i probably push it to github and can use some further help ..

I'd really like to setup a team that stands behind the charity delegates .. it will probably soon be to much work to be handled by me alone ..

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The links at the bottom use the xts:  URLs.... but that is for the TEST network.

you want to replace xts with btsx: in your links at the bottom.
Thanks, was just going by the wiki, didn't think to update the scheme!
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The links at the bottom use the xts:  URLs.... but that is for the TEST network.

you want to replace xts with btsx: in your links at the bottom.
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are you going to publish the source code?

Thanks. To be honest the code isn't in any shape to be open-sourced, I'd be happy to answer questions though if anyone needs help. I'm using the MEAN stack to build it, polling a wallet daemon with Nodejs, post-treating where necessary and then storing everything with Mongo, serving it up with Express, and the website is done using angularjs.
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nice tweak for web wallet  to be explorer

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For those of you who've missed me talking about my block explorer website, here's an official announcement. I'll take feedback and suggestions in here, and try to keep a list of things people ask me to implement.

The site can be found here: http://www.bitsharesblocks.com

In the block explorer currently you can check incoming blocks, search for any block and check the transactions for that block.

In the delegates listing you'll get a list of all delegates with votes for > 0, and you can search the list by delegate name. You can also click on a delegate to take you to a page with some more info on that delegate, more info will be coming but right now you'll get a list of all votes for that delegate, by block.

Current issues:
  • Performance of the delegates list is not that good, it's an angularjs issue with big lists, might need to do it differently.
  • Delegate info page layout isn't great due to time constraints!
  • Latencies are objective and can be affected by my server, take the values with a grain of saltFound a bug that was impacting syncing and therefore latencies, fixed

Requested improvements:
  • Graphics of delegates performance: Still want to do this, might get to it this week (W36)
  • Trend info for delegate's ranking: Done
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« Last Edit: November 03, 2014, 09:25:08 pm by svk »
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