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September 28, 2020 at 6:24am
Would SUTD be interested in a working issuance application? If so, please DM me ;-)
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October 29, 2020 at 3:35pm
Hi all, anyone active as of now?
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yup ?
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Hey there, I just posted a query on the boards, didn't know there was a chat lol
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let me check
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thanks (nebulis) , just to make sure that we're on the same page. There's no way to see what's changed if document integrity doesn't pass? I understand why that wouldn't be possible, since we're looking at the merkle root and even the same value hashes would result in a different value, but would it be wrong to unwrap the original document ( from a vault or whatever, which is 100% the original document ) and literally compare the string values to each other?
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That's what I'm trying to do
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If you have the original document then you can use it to compare both files for sure
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however you may not always need to unwrap document
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you can directly compare the data of the wrapped document
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on top of that if someone changed the salt of a wrapped document (the uuid prepended in front of each values) then if you compare both unwrapped document you wont see any difference (the salt is used to compute the merkle root)
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Right, no that makes sense, I understand. Thank you!
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October 30, 2020 at 5:36am
(hamza-tokuchi) If you are comparing the 'string values' and not binaries, you can use this diff checker. https://www.diffchecker.com/
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thanks (wmclaxton) , I have to do this programatically though, is this a desktop app? And i'm also not sure I can use libraries but it seems easy enough to program, thanks!
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February 18, 2021 at 2:49pm
Hey guys, I am new here and I have been trying to use one of your packages "/tradetrust-ui-components". As I am kinda new with React it is hard to understand what is happening or how to use some components. Are there any documentation on how to use this package that I am missing out on?
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February 19, 2021 at 12:53pm
Will send you people Monday
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February 22, 2021 at 1:39am
Hey guys, I am new here and I have been trying to use one of your packages "/tradetrust-ui-components". As I am kinda new with React it is hard to understand what is happening or how to use some components. Are there any documentation on how to use this package that I am missing out on?
Hi, this package contain purely ui components used on TradeTrust website. To know what are the components that are available and what fields it requires to work, you can visit https://github.com/TradeTrust/tradetrust-ui-components read me section and https://keen-aryabhata-93f9de.netlify.app/ storybook for more information about the components. Also please note that the exported components are bare without styles, you will need to follow the steps under styles to add the styles for the components.
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February 22, 2021 at 9:03am
Ohhh, so in order to change the css of for example the table, the tailwind needs to be reconfigured? What does tailwind actually do?
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Ohhh, so in order to change the css of for example the table, the tailwind needs to be reconfigured? What does tailwind actually do?
Hi, tailwind is a css framework that we are using. but if you dont want to use tailwind, you can use the stylesheet directly from /build/styles.css.
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February 23, 2021 at 10:15am
Right thanks, I can figure it out now!
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March 1, 2021 at 10:40am
Hey, I have one more question: When using the tradetrust-ui-component, this component is connected to other components such as the address-identity-resolver. How could one append new data to the local addressbook by means of using the in build function of your component in address-identity-resolver of setAddressBook, or would another method be better to manually add new addresses (or does your component only support the means of csv reading)?
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March 2, 2021 at 2:02am
the local addressbook loads data from the localStorage, one way is to update ADDRESS_BOOK object directly, you can refer to the screenshot. forgot to mention that there is a storybook docs on the various states of components, it might serve a good reference on how things work as well -> https://ui.tradetrust.io/?path=/story/addressbook-addressbook--populated-local-address-book
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What's that address
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