Hi, Steven here. I am working for the Dutch government on SSI solution (s) and I want to demonstrate the interactions demo of Jolocom for educational purposes. However, I am just not geek enough to be able to do that without help. I would like to use the HTTP (ie non SSL) version, but have no idea how to get a staging build of the SmartWallet on my Samsung. Before I get lost in endless google, here's the question: is there a staging build available with instructions for dummies on how to use it?
I have already reached the point where the service agent runs in combination with the frontend and that I can communicate with the SmartWallet. However, that still goes wrong because I don't use SSL ...
@sgort hello Steven!
I have just made a staging build for the SmartWallet v1.11.1 available for download here: https://jolocom.io/wp-content/uploads/smartwallet/smartwallet-staging-1.11.1.apk
If you have any feedback about any other difficulties that you had to go through I'd love to hear it so we can make further updates to the README! (gonna add a link to the staging build in there right away :D)
Cool. That helps a lot. I was already on the road with Android Studio, but this is much better! Thanks.
Installation successful. I have changed the SERVICE_HOSTPORT into
SERVICE_HOSTPORT: '192.168.2.26' but I still get an error.
First things first: I'm not a full stack developer...
I've got the interactions demo running fine on localhost in conjunction with the staging build app (thanks again for making that build available and debugging) but I'm having issues isolating the code for getting the send credential token for custom credentials .
I have created a React demo application with Node/Express backend. I replaced that backend with the service agent to allow interaction with my own frontend instead of with the interactions-demo frontend. The service agent uses HAPI plugin websocket, I added a plain REST route to test with. That works!
My demo application already uses a wallet. But I also want to integrate the jolocom SmartWallet in this demo. Is there a step-by-step explanation on how to get the send credential token for my custom credentials? That's the missing piece that I just can't seem to get.
Don't be afraid to ignore the question though. Someday I will succeed and I am very happy with the help already provided.
node dev-startup.js, this will start both frontend and backend. Also what version of the sw1.x are you running, what version of @jolocom/sdk, jolocom-lib and react-native-jolocom are being installed in the wallet app (those can be found in your yarn.lock file)
did:jolo(Ethereum+IPFS), therefore associated logic of recovery and backup with this identifier is not supported in SW2. SW2 uses
did:jun(self-certified identifier): recovery is implemented, backup feature is on the way