Getting Started

From Burstcoin security to wallet selection, the Getting Started guide provides the information needed to succeed.

Software

The definitive collection of open-source and easy to use software is located in the Burstcoin Software Library.

Documentation

Visit the Burstcoin Documentation Project for more information.  Contribute new documentation or recommend improvements.

Faucets

Activate a new wallet for mining or to receive a transfer from Bittrex.  Visit the Burstcoin Community Faucet list.

FAQs

Supporting new users, this section contains Frequently Asked Questions. Help curate by visiting the documentation section.

Burstcoin Software

Burstcoin software is developed by talented programmers who are active in the Burstcoin community.  As you may know from reading about Burstcoin’s history, its core blockchain technology is impressive.  Building upon this core, applications bring these impressive capabilities to real-world business and contribute to real-world consumer adoption.  The skill and dedication that Burstcoin development attracts and retains is a testament to its core underlying value and uniqueness.

A look through the Burstcoin software library will leave you impressed with what can be accomplished by a passionate community who understands the value of Burstcoin.

Development contributions are appreciated.  To get involved, see the development section.

Burstcoin software library

A great deal of technical knowledge is not required to use the Burstcoin network’s highly developed open source software. With a 64 bit version of Windows, all of the software needed for sending and receiving Burstcoin, for basic mining operations, and even for running a full node can be installed using QBundle, a fully integrated package that requires just a few clicks and a little time waiting for individual components to download and install automatically.

For more experienced users, this library contains the entire collection of Burstcoin software.

Please note: New users should review the guide entitled “Getting Started with Burstcoin” before installing or using any Burstcoin software.

This Burstcoin software collection is organized by category.  Click plus signs to open each section.

QBundle - Installation package for Windows which includes the main BRS wallet, full node software, plotting software, mining software, and other programs

Stable, Local, Dymaxion Compatible

The easiest choice for beginners using Windows is to download Qbundle. QBundle is a convenient launcher which installs the BRS local wallet, plotting software, and mining software with a few clicks.
Main Developers: Harry1453
Download link: https://github.com/burst-apps-team/Qbundle/releases
Platform: Windows
Installation guide: QBundle Installation and User Guide

Wallets:

Burst Reference Software (BRS)

Stable, Local, Dymaxion Compatible
The Burst Reference Software (BRS) is the main Burstcoin wallet. It allows connection to the Burstcoin network. The Burst Reference Software is the wallet/software included in QBundle. This wallet version is developed and maintained by the Burst Alliance and supports a multitude of database back ends.
Main Developer: Burst Alliance
Download link: https://github.com/burst-apps-team/burstcoin/releases
Platform: Windows, Linux, MacOS, Docker.    See below for platform specific installation instructions.

BRS/Windows Installation

Burst Reference Software – Windows Installation
Status – Under Review
Installation with QBundle

All the details regarding the installation of BRS can be found here: QBundle. Indeed, QBundle is a launcher allowing you to install the Burst local wallet in a few clicks.

Installation of BRS only (with MariaDB)

Firstly, you will have to download the latest version of BRS here (zip) : https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/burstcoin/releases. In the conf directory, copy brs-default.properties into a new file named brs.properties.

Secondly, be sure to have the latest version of Java installed on your computer : https://java.com/de/download/.

You will also have to download and install MariaDB : https://downloads.mariadb.org/.

The MariaDb installation will ask to setup a password for the root user.
Add this password to the brs.properties file created above in the following section:

DB.Url=jdbc:mariadb://localhost:3306/burstdatabaseDB.Username=rootDB.Password=YOUR_PASSWORD

Setup MariaDB

The MariaDB installation will also install HeidiSQL, a gui tool to administer MariaDb. Use it to connect to the newly created MariaDb server and create a new DB called ‘burstwallet’.

MariaDB knowledge base : https://mariadb.com/kb/en/library/documentation/

HeidiSQL documentation : https://www.heidisql.com/help.php

You can also directly connect to mysql and create database trough console :

mysql -u root -p

Now we create the database burstwallet for the blockchain.

CREATE DATABASE burstwallet;

In addition, we create a user which is used by the wallet to access the database. Replace <your password> with a password of your choice.

CREATE USER 'burstwallet'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '<your password>';

Finally we, grant this user all privileges for the database burstwallet.

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON burstwallet.* TO 'burstwallet'@'localhost';

Finally, now that the database is created and the brs.properties configured, you only have to run burst.cmd in the burstcoin folder.

How to run a full node on Windows?
Why Run a Full Node ?

Running a full node is one of the most important ways to help support the Burst network. This allows other peers to connect to your wallet and synchronize the blockchain if they are not using an imported DB. When light clients are released, Full Nodes maintain a copy of the blockchain, in the decentralized manner that crypto currencies are designed to run, while light clients will not. Below are the steps for setting up a full node.

Steps on Windows

Firstly, if you have the latest BRS version, UPnP should be enabled and you already run a full node. Otherwise, following these steps :

  1. Once you have a local wallet installed and running you need to forward port 8123 to allow other peers to connect to your wallet.
  2. We now need to get some IP addresses.
    • Open “Command Prompt”.
    • Type “ipconfig”
    • Find and record your “Default Gateway” and “IPv4 Address”
  3. Now you will set the machine to have a static IP address. This is so that if the machine restarts, it will not change IP addresses and negate the port forwarding rule we will set up later.
    • Open “Control Panel”.
    • Open “Network and Internet”.
    • Open “Network and Charing Center”.
    • In the left menu, open “Change Adapter Settings”.
    • Right click your preferred method of internet connection.
    • Select “Properties”.
    • Uncheck “Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)”.
    • Click “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”.
    • Open “Properties”
    • Select “Use the following IP address”
    • In “IP address” type the IPv4 number that you got in Command Prompt.
    • In “Subnet Mask” type “255.255.255.0”.
    • In “Default Gateway” type the default gateway address you got in Command Prompt.
    • Select “Use the following DNS server addresses”
    • In “Preferred DNS server” type “8.8.8.8”
    • In “Alternate DNS server” type “8.8.4.4”
    • Check “Validate settings upon exit”
    • Click “OK”
    • If you receive a warning about “Multiple default gateways…” select “Yes”.
    • Click “Close”
  4. Now open your network router settings by entering your default gateway IP in the URL field of your browser.
  5. Login to your router.
    • If you have never used these settings before, most ISPs have default username/password combinations. A quick google search will help you find it.
    • If you do not remember your username/password combo, you will need to factory reset your router. Be mindful, this will force you to re-setup your entire network.
  6. Find the “Port Forwarding” option. Note, “Port Forwarding” and “Port Triggering” are NOT the same. “Port Forwarding” is generally under the “Advanced” tab.
    • Select “Add Service”, “Add Rule”, or anything along those lines.
    • Set “Common Service” as “Other”.
    • Set service name to “Burstcoin”.
    • Set “Service Type” to “TCP/UDP”.
    • Set IPv4 Address to your machines address which is the address you just made static.
    • Disregard the IPv6 Address field.
    • Set your “Start Port” and “End Port” to “8123”.
    • Save the new service.
  7. Finally, you must reserve the IP address for your specific machine
    • Navigate to “Connected Devices” (or something of the like).
    • Find and click-on the machine you are running the node from.
    • Select “Edit”
    • Change configuration to “Reserved IP”
    • Verify the IP is the same one you set in port forwarding.
    • Select Save.
  8. You are now finished and can close out network settings.

The local wallet must remain running for your full node to be accessible to the network. After a few hours to a few days the network observer will update and you can check that your set up worked. First find your external IP address and then search your external IP address and port in the network observer (ex. 193.182.13.162:8123).

BRS/MacOS Installation

Installation of MacOS Burst Wallet

This tutorial will walk you through the steps required to run a Burst wallet locally on MacOS.

Quick Start

Note: A simple bash script is available to complete all of the steps for you if you prefer using a script. Simply download a .zip of the code located at https://github.com/beatsbears/macos_burst and follow the directions in the README file. If you prefer to execute each step without using a script, begin the process with the dependencies section.

Dependencies

There are a few dependencies that you should check on prior to starting the install process.

  1. OSX 10.10 or higher
  2. Sufficient disk space for the full blockchain (~8Gb or so)
  3. The ability to leave your computer up and running for several hours in order to allow the full blockchain to synchronize.

Steps

1. Install Homebrew

Homebrew (brew) is an excellent package manager for MacOS. To install, open a new terminal and run the following command. Note: You may be asked for your password in order to complete.

$ /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"

If you already have brew installed, it is a good practice to make sure everything is up to date by entering

$ brew update

2. Install MariaDB

MariaDB is an open-source fork of the MySQL relational database. It is used to store the blockchain and other wallet information. Install MariaDB by typing the following.

$ brew install mariadb

3. Start MariaDB and create a user for the wallet

$ brew services start mariadb

Once MariaDB is running, log into MariaDB to create a new wallet database and add a user to manage it. Note: Your MariaDB server will likely not have a root  password set. Consult google for instructions for setting a new root password.

$ mysql -u root -p -h localhost

Once you have successfully logged into MariaDB, execute the following SQL commands.

CREATE DATABASE burstwallet; CREATE USER 'burstwallet'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '<YOUR PASSWORD>'; GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON burstwallet.* TO 'burstwallet'@'localhost';

Assuming these commands have executed successfully, exit the MariaDB console by typing q and hitting Enter.

4. Install Java 8 SDK

Brew gives you the latest version of all packages, but the latest version of Java may not work without issue. You can install the latest verified version (Java 8) by following these steps.

Install brew cask.

$ brew tap caskroom/cask

Use brew cask to install a specific version of a package.

$ brew cask install java8

5. Download and setup the wallet

The wallet package is located at https://github.com/burst-apps-team/burstcoin/releases. Unzip the latest release and open the nxt.properties file from the conf directory in a text editor. Add the following lines to the end of the file

nxt.dbUrl=jdbc:mariadb://localhost:3306/burstwalletnxt.dbUsername=burstwalletnxt.dbPassword=<YOUR PASSWORD>

These values tell Java where to find the MariaDB database.

6. Start the wallet

In your open terminal window verify that you are in the same directory as the burst.sh startup script. If you run ls in your terminal window you should see a response similar to the following:

Slow-Air:burstcoin-1.3.6cg andrewscott$ 1s

Burst_Wallet.url          burst.sh         html

MIT-license                  burst_db        lib

burst.cmd                     conf

burst.jar                       genscoop.c1

In your terminal window, use the following command to make sure you have permission to execute the startup script.

chmod +x burst.sh

Launch the wallet script. Note: You will need to leave this terminal window running until the full blockchain has synchronized. This could take several hours or days depending on your processor speed and and internet connection.

./burst.sh

You should see a lot of output flying by pretty quickly as the wallet starts up.

7. Creating your account and signing in.   (marked for research) (URL needed)

Assuming you see no obvious errors while the wallet is starting up, check to see if it is running successfully by entering  (similar to) “https://” “localhost:8125/index.htm” in your browser. Your wallet should appear. 

Click the New? Create Your Account! button. The wallet will generate a passphrase of 12 words. WRITE THESE WORDS DOWN AND DO NOT SHARE THEM. This passphrase is your private key and will be how you access your wallet and Burst funds. Please review the section the getting started guide for information on securing your Burst. Follow the confirmation step on the next page and click Next .

You should now see the wallet dashboard.

If so, congratulations! You are up and running.

8. Wait for the blockchain to download

Now that you have your wallet running locally and have created an account, you will need to wait for the blockchain to fully synchronize before you can see your up-to-date Burst balance. This may take a few hours or a few days depending on your processor and internet connection speed. Please note: Your Account Id is listed in the top left corner of your wallet. This address is necessary for sending and receiving Burst.

9. References

How to run a full node on MacOS?

Why Run a Full Node ?

Running a full node is one of the most important ways to help support the Burst network. This allows other peers to connect to your wallet and synchronize the blockchain if they are not using an imported DB. When light clients are released, Full Nodes maintain a copy of the blockchain, in the decentralized manner that crypto currencies are designed to run, while light clients will not. Below are the steps for setting up a full node.

Network Settings

  • Once you have a local wallet installed and running you need to forward port 8123 to allow other peers to connect to your wallet.
  • Now you will set the machine to have a static IP address. This is so that if the machine restarts, it will not change IP addresses and negate the port forwarding rule we will set up later.

Steps on MacOS

Firstly, if you have the latest BRS version, UPnP should be enabled and you already run a full node. Otherwise, following these steps :

  1. Open “System Preferences”
  2. Select “Network”
  3. Select “Advanced”
  4. Select “TCP/IP”
  5. Note down your “IPv4 Address”
  6. Note down the “Router” address, this is your default gateway.
  7. Leave “Configure IPv6” set to “Automatic”.
  8. Change “Configure IPv4” to “Manual”.
  9. Now in the “IPv4 Address” field, enter the IPv4 address you copied down before switching to manual.
  10. Make sure “Subnet Mask” is still 255.255.255.0
  11. Make sure “Router” still matches the router number you copied down before switching to manual.
  12. Click “Ok”
  13. Click “Apply”
  14. Close “System Preferences”

Router Settings

Now open your network router settings by entering your default gateway IP in the URL field of your browser. Login to your router.

  • If you have never used these settings before, most ISPs have default username/password combinations. A quick google search will help you find it.
  • If you do not remember your username/password combo, you will need to factory reset your router. Be mindful, this will force you to re-setup your entire network.
  1. Find the “Port Forwarding” option. Note, “Port Forwarding” and “Port Triggering” are NOT the same. “Port Forwarding” is generally under the “Advanced” tab.
  2. Select “Add Service”, “Add Rule”, or anything along those lines.
  3. Set “Common Service” as “Other”.
  4. Set service name to “Burstcoin”.
  5. Set “Service Type” to “TCP/UDP”.
  6. Set IPv4 Address to your machines address which is the address you just made static.
  7. Disregard the IPv6 Address field.
  8. Set your “Start Port” and “End Port” to “8123”.>
  9. Save the new service.

The local wallet must remain running for your full node to be accessible to the network.

References:

BRS/Linux Installation

Debian 9 “Stretch” installation

The following steps are to install BRS Core Wallet on a fresh installation of Debian Linux version 9 “Stretch”. Please be sure to check Git Repository for the latest release before proceeding.

Note: Commands to be entered into the shell will be formatted in bold text, e.g.:

date

example command outputs will not be bold, e.g.:

Wed 28 Nov 12:02:18 GMT 2018

Prerequisites

Before you begin the installation, the following packages need to be installed:

  • java 8 jdk
  • curl
  • dirmngr

Make sure your installation is up to date

apt update && apt upgrade

Run the following command to install the above packages:

apt install curl default-jdk dirmngr -y

Configuring Java environment path

Find the path to the jdk

update-alternatives --config javac

If only one version of Java is installed, this will give you a similar output to the following:

There is only one alternative in link group javac (providing /usr/bin/javac): /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/bin/javacNothing to configure.

Copy the path from the last output and edit the environment file:

nano /etc/environment

Add the following line to the file:

JAVA_HOME="/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/bin/javac" (taken from the path above)

To make the above change effective in your current shell, run the following:

source /etc/environment

Now test that the JAVA_HOME variable is part of PATH

echo $JAVA_HOME

This will output the path you entered into the environment file. Now confirm the version of java installed

javac -version

Installing MariaDB

Add the MariaDB signing key

apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 0xF1656F24C74CD1D8

Grab the and run MariaDB setup script

curl -sS https://downloads.mariadb.com/MariaDB/mariadb_repo_setup | bash

Update your sources list:

apt update

Install MariaDB:

apt install mariadb-server

During installation you will be prompted to enter a password for the root user. Enter and remember this as we will need it later.

Create a database(brs_master), user (brs_user) and assign a password to the user by running the following command:

echo "CREATE DATABASE brs_master; CREATE USER 'brs_user'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'yourpassword';GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON brs_master.* TO 'brs_user'@'localhost';" | mysql -uroot -pmysql -uroot -p < init-mysql.sql

This will prompt you for the password you entered for the root user when installing mariaDB

Configuring the BRS Wallet

Grab the BRSWallet zip from GitHub (always be sure to check link to the latest version. (2.2.6 was latest at time of writing)

wget https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/burstcoin/releases/download/2.2.6/burstcoin-2.2.6.zip

Create a directory to unzip to:

mkdir BRSWallet

Unzip the burstcoin zip file to the newly created directory:

unzip burstcoin-2.2.6.zip -d BRSWallet/

Navigate to the conf subdirectory within the newly created directory:

cd BRSWallet/conf

Create a brs.properties file inside the conf folder:

nano brs.properties

Add the following lines:

DB.Url=jdbc:mariadb://localhost:3306/brs_masterDB.Username=brs_userDB.Password=yourpassword

The burst.sh file is not yet executable. We need to change the permissions to make it so. Drop back to the BRSWallet directory cd .. and issue the following:

chmod 750 burst.sh

Now when we list the contents of the directory we can see that the burst.sh file has the correct permissions:

ls -l
total 1399340-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1409751247 Nov  5 12:29 brs.mariadb.zip-rw-r--r-- 1 root root        507 Nov 18 22:17 burst.cmddrwxr-xr-x 2 root root       4096 Nov 18 22:16 burst_db-rw-r--r-- 1 root root   23015701 Nov 18 22:17 burst.jar-rwxr-x--- 1 root root      17831 Nov 18 22:17 burst.sh-rw-r--r-- 1 root root         46 Nov 18 22:17 Burst_Wallet.urldrwxr-xr-x 2 root root       4096 Nov 29 15:44 conf-rw-r--r-- 1 root root      29288 Nov 18 22:17 genscoop.cldrwxr-xr-x 3 root root       4096 Nov 18 22:17 html-rw-r--r-- 1 root root      23232 Nov 18 22:17 init-mysql.sqldrwxr-xr-x 3 root root       4096 Nov 18 22:17 lib-rw-r--r-- 1 root root      35149 Nov 18 22:17 LICENSE.txt-rw-r--r-- 1 root root       4574 Nov 18 22:17 README.md

Importing the database

The quickest way to get up an running is to bootstrap the database by importing a relatively up to date dump of the database. Your wallet will synchronise from this point in time automatically. If you prefer to synchronise from scratch this will take much longer to complete.

./burst.sh import mariadb

If you already have a/part of a brs_master database present, you will be asked if you want to remove the current database, download and import a new one. Answer y or n.

Do you want to remove the current databases, download and import new one? y

If you created the brs.properties file as per above you will be asked the following question:

Detected a previous database config(conf/brs.properties). Do you want to use the config?

Answer: y

Answer the questions when prompted. If you are running the wallet locally on the same device that you have your terminal open to and you used the same database (brs_master) and username (brs_user) above when creating the database, you can simply press enter for the first three questions. For the fourth question, enter the password that you input when creating your database and user.

./burst.sh import mariadbDo you want to remove the current databases, download and import new one? yDetected a previous database config(conf/brs.properties). Do you want to use the config? yCould not find Database PasswordPlease enter your connection detailsHost     (localhost) :Database (brs_master):Username (brs_user)  :Password empty       : <Enter your password here>--2018-11-29 15:44:47--  https://download.cryptoguru.org/burst/wallet/brs.mariadb.zipResolving download.cryptoguru.org (download.cryptoguru.org)... 195.201.117.34Connecting to download.cryptoguru.org (download.cryptoguru.org)|195.201.117.34|:443... connected.HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OKLength: 1409751247 (1.3G) [application/zip]Saving to: ‘brs.mariadb.zip’brs.mariadb.zip                 100%[====================================================>]   1.31G  1.87MB/s    in 12m 4s2018-11-29 15:56:52 (1.86 MB/s) - ‘brs.mariadb.zip’ saved [1409751247/1409751247]Archive:  brs.mariadb.zip inflating: brs.mariadb.sql[+] Import successful - please remove brs.mariadb.zip

Remove the download DB dump zip file to reclaim space and avoid an outdated zip file in future if you require a DB bootstrap

rm brs.mariadb.zip

Running the Wallet

We need to change owner from root to a normal user as all the files/directories are now owned by root (see below)

total 1399340-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1409751247 Nov  5 12:29 brs.mariadb.zip-rw-r--r-- 1 root root        507 Nov 18 22:17 burst.cmddrwxr-xr-x 2 root root       4096 Nov 18 22:16 burst_db-rw-r--r-- 1 root root   23015701 Nov 18 22:17 burst.jar-rwxr-x--- 1 root root      17831 Nov 18 22:17 burst.sh-rw-r--r-- 1 root root         46 Nov 18 22:17 Burst_Wallet.urldrwxr-xr-x 2 root root       4096 Nov 29 15:44 conf-rw-r--r-- 1 root root      29288 Nov 18 22:17 genscoop.cldrwxr-xr-x 3 root root       4096 Nov 18 22:17 html-rw-r--r-- 1 root root      23232 Nov 18 22:17 init-mysql.sqldrwxr-xr-x 3 root root       4096 Nov 18 22:17 lib-rw-r--r-- 1 root root      35149 Nov 18 22:17 LICENSE.txt-rw-r--r-- 1 root root       4574 Nov 18 22:17 README.md

Navigate to the BRSWallet parent directory

cd ..

Change ownership of all files and directores within the BRSWallet directory:

chown -R burst:burst BRSWallet/

Now the ownership has ben changed to the user burst:

total 1399344-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst       2506 Nov 29 16:59 brs.log-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst 1409751247 Nov  5 12:29 brs.mariadb.zip-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst        507 Nov 18 22:17 burst.cmddrwxr-xr-x 2 burst burst       4096 Nov 18 22:16 burst_db-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst   23015701 Nov 18 22:17 burst.jar-rwxr-x--- 1 burst burst      17831 Nov 18 22:17 burst.sh-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst         46 Nov 18 22:17 Burst_Wallet.urldrwxr-xr-x 2 burst burst       4096 Nov 30 10:39 conf-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst      29288 Nov 18 22:17 genscoop.cldrwxr-xr-x 3 burst burst       4096 Nov 18 22:17 html-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst      23232 Nov 18 22:17 init-mysql.sqldrwxr-xr-x 3 burst burst       4096 Nov 18 22:17 lib-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst      35149 Nov 18 22:17 LICENSE.txt-rw-r--r-- 1 burst burst       4574 Nov 18 22:17 README.md

At this stage you can reboot the machine to ensure that the environmental variables are applied to every user session going forward. Following the reboot, log in as the your normal user (burst in this case) and run the wallet:

./burst.sh

You will see the following output:

Nov 29, 2018 4:28:33 PM brs.Burst loadPropertiesINFO: Initializing Burst Reference Software (BRS) version 2.2.6Nov 29, 2018 4:28:33 PM org.ehcache.core.EhcacheManager createCacheINFO: Cache 'account' created in EhcacheManager.[INFO] 2018-11-29 16:28:33 brs.db.sql.Db - Using mariadb Backend[INFO] 2018-11-29 16:28:33 brs.db.mariadb.MariadbDbVersion - Database update may take a while if needed, current db version 177...

Note: If closing the terminal or pressing Ctrl-c, the wallet will shutdown:

[INFO] 2018-11-29 16:53:12 brs.Burst - Shutting down...

Configure BRS to run as a service/daemon

Closing the terminal or pressing Ctrl-c will result to a shutdown of the wallet. To avoid this, BRS should be run as a service. It is particularly helpful if you run BRS on a linux system using SSH.

First, if systemd isn’t installed on your system, run the following command:

sudo apt install systemd

Then, you will have to create a new service file for BRS:

sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/brs.service

Add the following configuration (replace description, Exec, WorkingDirectory and User according to your setup):

[Unit]Description=BRS WalletAfter=network.targetWants=network.target[Service]ExecStart=/usr/bin/java -cp /home/burst/burst.jar:/home/burst/conf brs.BurstWorkingDirectory=/home/burst/User=brs-mariadbRestart=alwaysRestartSec=90[Install]WantedBy=multi-user.target

After that, enable the service:

sudo systemctl enable brs.service

To start the service, type:

systemctl start brs.service

To get the status of the service:

systemctl status brs.service

BRS/Docker Installation

Burst Reference Software – Docker Installation

Docker Installation

The Burst Reference Software can be run with Docker and Docker-Compose. Since Docker supports all major platforms, this can be an easy-to-setup alternative to a platform-dependent installation of the Burst Reference Software.

Prerequisites

Docker CE

Docker Compose

Database

Currently, Docker images for BRS version 2.2 with MariaDB or H2 Database are available at Docker Hub. You have to choose one of them, which is used to store the blockchain.

MariaDB

The following docker-compose.yml file can be used to run the BRS with MariaDB database in containers.

version: '3'<!--T:29-->services:  burstcoin:    image: pocconsortium/burstcoin:2.2-mariadb    restart: always    depends_on:     - mariadb    ports:     - 8123:8123     - 8125:8125  mariadb:    image: mariadb:10    environment:     - MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=burst     - MYSQL_DATABASE=burst    command: mysqld --character_set_server=utf8mb4    volumes:     - ./burst_db:/var/lib/mysql

Save the file and run it.

docker-compose up -d

With the -d flag, both containers are started as background processes. A burst_db folder will be created in the directory of the docker-compose.yml file, if it was not created before. This folder is mounted to the MariaDB storage and holds the burst database containing the blockchain. The containers can be stopped and removed at any time via docker-compose down. With the next start, the burst_db folder will be mounted again and your previous blockchain status will be loaded.

Alternatively, H2 can be used as database to store the blockchain. H2 is an embedded database, therefore one does not have to run it in a separate container. Simply run the following command.

docker run -p 8123:8123 -p 8125:8125 -v "$(pwd)"/burst_db:/etc/burstcoin/burst_db -d pocconsortium/burstcoin:2.2-h2

"$(pwd)"/burst_db is the path to the folder which is mounted to the H2 storage. If it does not exist a new burst_db folder is created in the current directory.

Custom configuration

In order to use a custom config – brs.properties file, you can simply mount a folder containing the brs-default.properties and the brs.properties to the /conf mount point.

MariaDB

version: '3'<!--T:33-->services:  burstcoin:    image: pocconsortium/burstcoin:2.2-mariadb    restart: always    depends_on:     - mariadb    ports:     - 8123:8123     - 8125:8125    volumes:     - ./conf:/etc/burstcoin/conf  mariadb:    image: mariadb:10    environment:     - MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=burst     - MYSQL_DATABASE=burst    command: mysqld --character_set_server=utf8mb4    volumes:     - ./burst_db:/var/lib/mysql

docker run -p 8123:8123 -p 8125:8125 -v "$(pwd)"/burst_db:/etc/burstcoin/burst_db -v "$(pwd)"/conf:/etc/burstcoin/conf -d pocconsortium/burstcoin:2.2-h2

Phoenix

Local, Dymaxion Compatible

New Cross-Platform Burst Wallet. A multi-platform application architecture is made possible through a few key front-end technologies: React Native, Angular, and Electron. By using these technologies in conjunction, Burst wallet developers will enjoy a modern application development workflow without sacrificing the quality of the end-product.  See  SIP-18  for more information.

Main Developer: Burst Apps Team (BAT)
Github repository: https://github.com/burst-apps-team/phoenix/releases
Platform: Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android

PaperBurst

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible
PaperBurst is a paper wallet generator for Burst.
Main Developer: Umbrellacorp03
Download link: https://github.com/umbrellacorp03/PaperBurst/releases/tag/1.0

Platform: Windows

Guide:

This tool can be used to generate a new wallet or to use an existing wallet. In order to use the tool, provide information as shown:

After all required fields of the form have been populated, clicking the desired button. The paper wallet is output as an easily printable .pdf file.

Paper wallets can be used to transfer funds using public keys, to store funds (the funds are still on the blockchain rather than on the paper). Paperburst can be used as a reference document for cold storage.

Image showing the Burstcoin paper wallet generator integrated with QBundle

Image of a Burstcoin paper wallet

Easy2Burst

Dymaxion Compatible

Easy2Burst is the successor of QBundle.
Main Developer: HeosSacer
Github repository: https://github.com/HeosSacer/Easy2Burst
Platform: Windows, Linux, MacOS

Aspera

Dymaxion Compatible
Aspera was a Burstcoin Wallet written in go. This wallet opens up a whole new dimension for Burstcoin with state-of-the-art technologies (partial blocks validation, new front-end, etc.).  This project is no longer being developed.
Main Developer: PoC-Consortium
Github repository: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/Aspera
Platform: Windows, Linux, MacOS

Burstpay Mobile Wallet (New!)

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible

Mobile wallet for Android and iOS which provides the following features:

  • Watch only addresses
  • Currency conversion
  • Client-side encryption and decryption
  • Encrypted / Unencrypted transaction messages
  • Contact book
  • QR code support
  • Secure and easy passphrase generation
  • Support for over 15 languages
  • Support for over 30 currencies

Main Developer:  iHashing Technology Co., Ltd.

Download link: https://github.com/ihashing/BURSTPAY-mobile
Platform: iOS, Android

Burstcoin mobile wallet

There are several mobile applications on Google Play for Burst, but some are outdated and some of dubious quality.  This is the only mobile wallet that is recommended.

Stable, Online, Dymaxion Compatible
The mobile wallet for Android and iOS which provides the following features:

  • Watch only addresses
  • Currency conversion
  • Client-side encryption and decryption
  • Encrypted / Unencrypted transaction messages
  • Contact book
  • QR code support
  • Secure and easy passphrase generation
  • Support for over 15 languages
  • Support for over 30 currencies

Main Developer: PoC-Consortium (lead dev: @cgb)
Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=PoC+Consortium
Platform: Android

HotWallet

a light-weight version of the current BURST wallet for easy access to send and receive BURST.
Main Developer: Zoh, Burst Applications Team
Download link: hotwallet.cash
Video Guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-1TC3NcMME&feature=youtu.be  

I18N – Internationalization (mobile wallet)

The major part of the wallet localization is done via a .json file containing definitions for text strings used in the wallet. The naming is such, that a 2-letter code denotes the language. en.json is the source file (see below).

If you want to translate this file into some language, you need to translate the “Create New Account”, “Done” etc. not those in ALLCAPS. A major constraint is, that the translated text not only be correct and stylistic, but also of about the same length as the original content. It can be shorter, but not much longer. The 2-letter language code is ISO 639-1

en.json localization file

References

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2080040.0https://forums.getburst.net/t/one-month-of-pocc/603https://forums.getburst.net/t/burst-on-the-go-the-poc-consortium-releases-their-android-wallet/794

Plotting Software:

ENGRAVER

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1, POC 2
Engraver is a BURST plotter that natively generates optimized plot files.
It generates PoC2 files and is intended to work on any UNIX system with a sufficiently sane filesystem (able to pre-allocate space), but for now only Linux and MacOS have been tested. 64bit only!
Main Developer: PoC-Consortium
Download link: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/engraver
Installation guide: (See below) Engraver – How to compile from source

Engraver- How to compile from source

Credits:  Sphinxicus

Description

Engraver is the reference Burstcoin (or Burst) cross-platform plotting software created to further improve and optimize Burst plot file creation.

The following steps are to install Engraver 2.2.0 by compiling from source on a fresh installation of Debian Linux version 9 “Stretch”. Please be sure to check Git Repository for the latest release before proceeding.

Note: Commands to be entered into the shell will be formatted in bold text, e.g.:

date

example command outputs will not be bold, e.g.:

Wed 28 Nov 12:02:18 GMT 2018

Prerequisites

Before you begin the installation, the following packages need to be installed:

  • curl
  • git
  • build-essential

Change to root user:

su
Enter root password

Install curl, git and build essential packages:

apt install curl git build-essential -y

Once the above packages have completed installation, its time to install Rust.

Installing Rust (stable)

To install Rust, run the following command:

curl https://sh.rustup.rs -sSf | sh

You will be presented with three options (see below):

Current installation options: default host triple: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu default toolchain: stable modify PATH variable: yes1) Proceed with installation (default)2) Customize installation3) Cancel installation>

Choose option 1 to install

Once installation is complete, follow the instructions to configure your current terminal sessions’ environment variable so that you can run Rust related commands:

source $HOME/.cargo/env

To confirm the installation of the correct channel of Rust, type the following:

rustc –version

This should give you the output below:

rustc 1.31.0 (abe02cefd 2018-12-04)

Obtaining the source files

To download the source files from the Git repository, run the following command, (please make sure to check the exact path to the latest version) :

git clone https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/engraver

This will download and extract the files to the engraver sub directory (from where your present working directory is)

Compiling the source files

Navigate to the engraver directory:

cd engraver

build the application:

cargo build –release

Running Engraver

Once the above has completed, navigate to the executable:

cd /target/release

From here you can run engraver and begin plotting. Example command:

./engraver –n 1000 –id 12345678912345678912 –path /home/burst/Burst –sn 0
To understand the complete range of flags/options available for the engraver application, please read the Wiki page on GitHub.

TurboPlotter 9000

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1, POC 2
TurboPlotter 9000 is a CPU/GPU PoC 1 + PoC 2 plotter and plot integrity checker.
Main Developer: Blackpawn
Download link: https://blackpawn.com/tp/
Platform: Windows, Linux, MacOS

XPlotterGui

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1POC 2
XplotterGui is a GUI version of Xplotter with SSD Cache, File Merging, and POC2 Conversion features.
Main Developer: JohnnyFFM
Download link: https://github.com/JohnnyFFM/XPlotterGui/releases/latest
Platform: Windows

XPlotter modded

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1, POC 2
XPlotter is the default plotter that comes with QBundle and provides CPU PoC 1 plotting with AVX support. This modified version supports PoC 2 plotting.
Main Developer: JohnnyFFM
Download link: https://github.com/JohnnyFFM/XPlotter/releases/tag/v.1.31
Platform: Windows

Guide:

Plotting is the process of pre-computing hash functions and saving them onto storage units (HDDs). XPlotter is included with QBundle and no additional installation is required. There are however options that need to be configured.

  • Click on Tools: Plotting: Plotter
  • Add any plotfiles that you already have. Use the “Import Plotfile” button.
  • Provide the following information in “Basic settings” before starting the plotter:

Location for saving plot files

Numeric account ID to be associated with the generated plots. Click the selector to the right of the form field to select from a list of accounts. If you enter the ID number manually, be absolutely sure that it is entered correctly. If not, your plot files will be unusable. Be sure that no trailing spaces are included, particularly if you use a copy and paste function to enter the ID.

  • Set plot file size using the slider. For easier maintenance, limit plot size to 1 or 2 Terra bytes.

Adding files to “My Plotfiles” and clicking on “Start plotting” will allow the miner to begin using the plots as soon as a scoop has been plotted, it is not necessary to wait until the entire plot file is complete.

Advanced settings for Xplotter allow the user to:

  • Set the start nonce of the new plot file. If all existing plots have been imported (recommended) the plotter will continue plotting using the number after the highest existing nonce. Leaving gaps between nonces does not improve mining. If no plot file has been created, the plotter will start with a nonce number of 0.
  • Set the number of CPU threads to be used.
  • Set the amount of memory to be used.
  • For Plot type, use PoC2 (mandatory). Do not use POC1 as it is no longer supported.
  • After all settings have been submitted, click “Start Plotting”.

gpuPlotGenerator

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1
gpuPlotGenerator is a GPU PoC 1 plotter.
Main Developer: bhamon
Download link: https://github.com/bhamon/gpuPlotGenerator/releases/tag/v4.2.2
Platform: Windows, Linux, MacOS

Mining Software:

Scavenger

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1
Scavenger is a burst miner written in Rust. It features direct io, avx512f, avx2, avx, sse, and opencl.
Main Developer: PoC Consortium
Download link: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/scavenger/releases/tag/v.1.7.2
Platform: Windows, MacOS, Linux, Unix (64 bits)

Scavenger - Compile From Source

Description

Scavenger is a burst miner developped by the PoC Consortiun and written in Rust. If features direct io, avx 512f, avx2, avx, sse and opencl support. At the time of writing this is the preferred miner of choice for both CPU and GPU mining.

The following steps are to install Scavenger 1.6.4 by compiling from source on a fresh installation of Debian Linux version 9 “Stretch”. Please be sure to check Git Repository for the latest release before proceeding.

Note: Commands to be entered into the shell will be formatted in bold text, e.g.:

date

example command outputs will not be bold, e.g.:

Wed 28 Nov 12:02:18 GMT 2018

Prerequisites

Before you begin the installation, the following packages need to be installed:

  • curl
  • git
  • build-essential

Change to root user:

su

Enter root password

Install curl, git and build essential packages:

apt install curl git build-essential -y

Once the above packages have completed installation, its time to install Rust.

Note: The features used when compiling Scavenger are not available on the stable release channel of rust, therefore the nightly channel needs to be installed.

Installing Rust (nightly)

To install Rust, run the following command:

curl https://sh.rustup.rs -sSf | sh

You will be presented with three options (see below):

Current installation options: default host triple: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu default toolchain: stable modify PATH variable: yes1) Proceed with installation (default)2) Customize installation3) Cancel installation>

To install the nightly channel chose option 2, this will ask you additional questions, answer as per below:

Q: Default host triple?A: Press enter to leave unchanged

Q: Default toolchain? (stable/beta/nightly/none)A: nightly

Q: Modify PATH variable? (y/n)A: y

You will be presented with a summary of the current installation options as per your answers provided above:

Current installation options: default host triple: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu default toolchain: nightly modify PATH variable: yes1) Proceed with installation (default)2) Customize installation3) Cancel installation

Chose option 1 to install

Once installation is complete, follow the instructions to configure your current terminal sessions’ environment variable so that you can run Rust related commands:

source $HOME/.cargo/env

Switching from Rust (stable) to Rust (nightly)

If you chose to or already have the stable channel of rust installed you can switch channels by using the following command:

rustup default nightly

To confirm the instalation of the correct channel of Rust, type the following:

rustc –version

This should give you the output below, note the “nightly” present (version correct at time of writing):

rustc 1.32.0-nightly (6bfb46e4a 2018-11-26)

Obtaining the source files

To download the source files from the Git repository, run the following command, (please make sure to check the exact path to the latest version as this will change as later versions are released) :

wget https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/scavenger/archive/1.6.4.zip

This will download the file 1.6.4.zip to your current directory.

Extract the contents of the zip file:

unzip 1.6.4.zip

This will create a new directory named scavenger-1.6.4.

Compiling the source files

Navigate to the scavenger-1.6.4 directory

cd scavenger-1.6.4

At this point it is worth deciding what you are going to use to do the mining, CPU/GPU and also what instruction sets are available on your device. See the README.md file located in the scavenger-1.6.4 directory for an overview of features to use.

In this example, a CPU with the SSE2 instruction set will be used therefore the simd feature option is required (the same would work for AVX, AVX2 etc). Run the following command to compile the code:

cargo build –release –features=simd

Post compiling steps

Copy the scavenger executable to the scavenger-1.6.4 directory (two levels up in this case). This placed it in the same directory as the config.yaml file which is required for it to run.

cp scavenger ../../scavenger

Navigate back to your scavenger-1.6.4 directory from the release directory

cd ../..

At this point you can run scavenger and it will make use of the test_data file to simulate mining on the dev.burst-test.net

Once you know it will run you will need to configure the config.yaml file to your setup. The config file itself is well commented and the GitHub Wiki has further information if required.

Additional notes

If the above steps were followed verbatim, all the scavenger files will be owned by root. It is not recommended to run as root so we will change the owner to a normal user, “burst” in this case. From the directory a level up from your scavenger-1.6.4 directory run:

chown -R burst:burst scavenger-1.6.4

This will recursively change ownership to the user “burst” for all files and subdirectories within the scavenger-1.6.4 directory.

to logout of root type:

exit

You are now back at the shell as your normal user (burst). You can now run scavenger by issuing the following command from the scavenger-1.6.4 directory:

./scavenger

Example output from running scavenger

 

Links

Software

https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/scavenger/releases/tag/v.1.7.2

GitHub Documentation

https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/scavenger/wiki

Blagominer modded

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1, POC 2
This is a modified version of Blagominer. This modification of Blagominer builds upon modifications previously made by Quibus.
Main Developer: JohnnyFFM
Download link: https://github.com/JohnnyFFM/miner-burst/releases/tag/v.1.170911
Platform: Windows

Blagominer

  • update with Collision free dual mining
  • Tracking (and displaying) of possibly corrupted plot files

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1, POC 2
This is a modified version of Blagominer by adnzno1

Main Developer: andzno1

Download link: https://github.com/andzno1/blagominer

Guide:

Blago’s miner (modified by Quibus and JohnnyFFM) is the default mining software packaged with QBundle. It can be used for pool mining or for solo mining.

Please note: If solo mining, running a fully synchronized local wallet is required. The passphrase for the mining account associated with your plot files must be provided and will be stored in plain text in QBundle/BlagoMiner/miner.conf. If desired, you can create an account specifically for mining rather than using a single wallet for both mining and maintaining significant balances.

  • To install, click on “File” and then “Application Manager”.
  • Place a check mark in the box next to “Blago’s Miner”.
  • Click on “Install/Update”
  • After the software downloads and extracts, verify that an extracted (unzipped) folder with the name “BlagoMiner” is located in the main QBundle folder. If the file does not appear, locate it a sub folder of the zipped version and copy it into the main folder (same level as zipped version) as the final installation step.
  • Open the miner by clicking “Tools” and the “Miner”. The following screen will appear.

All settings provided in the interface shown above will be passed to the miner.conf file. This file is located in the Qbundle/BlagoMiner folder. Users can edit this file directly.

  • If you will be solo mining, click on the “solo mining” radio button.
  • If you will be pool mining, click on “Select predefined pool”. Required configuration data will be populated automatically. If your desired pool is not listed, obtain the configuration information directly from the pool operator and enter it manually (mining server, update server, info server, deadline limit, and port information).
  • Set the deadline limit. Calculators for this purpose are provided by each pool. If your calculated deadline (based on your available plot size) exceeds your pool’s maximum deadline, this limit should be reduced to the maximum accepted by the pool.

Optional setup:

“Use HDD wakeup” – a script will run which prevents your hard drives from entering sleep mode. “Show winner information” – the account which forges each block will be displayed in the miner console. The info server does not support HTTPS so the address of the local wallet (localhost or 127.0.0.1) and port number 8125 should be provided. “Use multithreading” – Multithreading may improve usage of CPU resources when calculating deadlines.

  • Add your plotfile paths to “My Plotfiles” by clicking on “Import Plotfiles” and locating each plotfile or folder containing plotfiles. The miner will use all plot files that are found in configured folders. It is best if the folders used only contain individual plot files. Plotfiles that are removed using the “Remove Plotfiles” button are not
    deleted from storage, only their path in the list of plot files is removed.
  • To start the miner, click on the “Start mining” button.

When the miner is running, pool and plot file information is displayed in the mining console. The miner receives mining information (block height, base target, etc.) and reads through the configured plot files to locate deadlines. Deadlines found are sent to the pool if they are less than or equal to the configured deadline limit. The miner displays “Confirmed DL” if the deadline is accepted by the pool. After all plot files have been read, the miner displays the amount of time taken to read the plot files.

The miner logs are stored in QBundle/BlagoMiner/Logs. These are useful for debugging purposes. The best deadline found for each block is stored in  QBundle/BlagoMiner/stat.csv.

When the miner is running, the console window will appears as follows:

Burstcoin-jminer

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1, POC 2
Burstcoin-jminer is a GPU assisted Proof of Capacity (PoC) Miner for Burst.
Main Developer: de-luxe
Download link: https://github.com/de-luxe/burstcoin-jminer/releases/tag/0.5.2-RELEASE

Platform: Windows, Linux, MacOS

CreepMiner

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 1, POC 2
CreepMiner is a client application for mining Burst on a pool or solo. It supports CPU mining (SSE2/SSE4/AVX/AVX2) or GPU mining (OpenCL, CUDA).
Main Developer: Creepsky
Download link: https://github.com/Creepsky/creepMiner/releases/tag/1.7.19
Platform: Windows, MacOS, Linux x86_64 or ARM7

Pool Software:

BurstNeon Burst-Pool

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 2
This pool software was developped by BurstNeon (https://burstneon.com).
Main Developer: BurstNeon
Download link: https://github.com/BurstNeon/burst-pool/releases
Platform: Linux

Nogrod

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible, POC 2
Nogrod is the all-new PoCC pool software written in GO. It provides SSE4 + AVX2 support, a fair share system based on estimated capacity, grpc api, multiple wallets as backends using the wallet API, can talk directly to wallet database, and dynamic payout thresholds/intervals based on messages on the blockchain.
Main Developer: PoC-Consortium
Download link: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/Nogrod
Platform: Linux

dAPPs:

CloudBurst

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible
CloudBurst is a decentralized cloud storage application to upload & download files from the Burst blockchain.
Main Developer: CurbShifter
Download link: https://github.com/CurbShifter/CloudBurstDAPP/releases/latest
Platform: Windows, MacOS

BurstCoupon

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible
BurstCoupon allows you to create and claim password protected coupons as extension for the Burst blockchain.
Main Developer: CurbShifter
Download link: https://github.com/CurbShifter/BurstCoupon/releases/tag/1.19
Platform: Windows, MacOS

Other Tools:

Vanity Address Generator - Included with QBundle

The vanity address generator is a tool for creating vanity or branded Burst account addresses. All address must have “BURST” for the first five leading characters. The capital letter “i” (I), the capital letter “o” (O), zero (0), and the number one (1) are not permitted. To generate a vanity address, enter characters into the form provided. Set the resources that should be used (number of CPU threads) and desired length of the passphrase.

The algorithm which seeks for the account with the desired string is a brute force algorithm, which checks every Burst account and passphrase combination sequentially. The time it takes to find a particular string increases significantly with every additional character. A string of 5 characters at the end takes approximately 4 minutes (more or less depending on computer resources). Each additional character increases the time required exponentially. A string of 8 would take approximately one hour. Longer strings could take weeks.

Image showing the fields in the Burstcoin vanity address generator

Poc1to2Converter

Stable, POC 1, POC 2
Poc1to2Converter converts PoC1 plots to POC2 plots.
Main Developer: JohnnyFFM
Download link: https://github.com/JohnnyFFM/Poc1to2Converter/releases/tag/tag/v.2.4
Platform: Windows

PoC-Consortium Poc1to2 Converters

Stable, POC 1, POC 2
This Poc1to2 Converter for Linux converts PoC1 plots to POC2 plots. There is a rust binary converter (recommended) or a perl script version.
Main Developer: PoC-Consortium
Download link: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/Utilities
Platform: Linux

Burstcoin Explorer

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible
Burstcoin explorer is a block explorer for the Burst network.
Features include:

  • Search for and view blocks, accounts, and transactions
  • Keep a list of accounts you are watching
  • Keep an eye on the current Burst price, both in BTC and USD
  • Observe the current status of the Burst Network
  • Countdown upcoming events such as the Pre-Dymaxion Hard Fork

Main Developer: harry1453
Download link:  https://github.com/harry1453/burstcoin-explorer-android/releases/tag/v1.4
Platform: Android

Burst MemPool Monitor

Stable
Explore unconfirmed transaction on the Burst blockchain.
Main Developer: MrPilotMan
Download link:  https://github.com/MrPilotMan/Burst-MemPool-Monitor
Platform:

Development Library:

BurstLib

BurstLib

Stable, Dymaxion Compatible
BurstLib is a cross platform dynamic library to make developing applications and tools compatible with the Burst blockchain easier.
Main Developer: Curbshifter
Download link: https://github.com/CurbShifter/BurstLib/releases/tag/r16
Platform: Windows, MacOS, Linux, Unix

@burstjs

A BURST JavaScript library to make it easier for developers to build apps using Angular/React/Node.js/JavaScript. The library is broken down into four packages:

  • @burstjs/core
  • @burstjs/crypto
  • @burstjs/http
  • @burstjs/util.

Main Developer: blankey1337 (BAT) and Ohager (BAT)
Documentation: https://burst-apps-team.github.io/phoenix/index.html
Source Code: https://github.com/burst-apps-team/phoenix/tree/develop/lib
On NPM: https://www.npmjs.com/search?q=burstjs
Platform: Cross platform

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