Libra Checker

We have released a new open-source minimalist Libra block explorer: Libra Checker

The tutorial, explaining how to set up the back-end from scratch is available on our blog.

Regards,
Libra Startup

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Good job, thanks for sharing.

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Hi, thanks for sharing and look like minimalist and good
but the search engine not operating very well on any libra address, every time return popup message.

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Hi lorepieri8 and Mehdi, thank you for the feedback.

Mehdi, can you please write how to reproduce the issue? It should return a popup alert only when the entered address length is not equal to 64 characters and is greater than 32 (source).

Here it works as expected.

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Oh, I found the source of the problem its not the search engine, it’s funny and banal, when you double click a libra adress in the browser it’s auto selected and then crtl+c but with a hidden space at the end like this …ec2557cf(here a space selected) so the length is not correct that why every time I do a search it’s return the popup msg.

Now working OK up & running very well, thank you.

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Will fix this white space UX bug in the next version. Thanks for the feedback.

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Fixed the bugs, also added the FAQ section (https://librachecker.com/faq) with some interesting questions, mostly taken from the discussion on bitcointalk.

Your feedback and suggestions are much appreciated.

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Libra Checker has been updated recently and is now running on the latest Libra testnet.

A quick tip: Use a direct link to access a specific address or transaction details, e.g.:

https://librachecker.com/address/45fa54aaa4833ed9a37c1030566ea3d40f2524f2b02322af7ec22e6c37a1d851

https://librachecker.com/transaction/231

More updates and features are on the way.

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Thanks for your share, it’s incredibly helpful.

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Good to hear that you find it useful.

The latest source files are available on our GitHub: https://github.com/librastartup

The tutorial on our blog will be updated soon, to reflect the latest changes.

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@LibraStartup Sure. thanks for your generosity.

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Libra Checker is now running on the latest Libra testnet.

To decode transactions, we are using LCS written in Python as a Node.js child process.

Also, for the backend, we’ve switched from MongoDB to PostgreSQL.

Some things still left to finish, then GitHub and tutorial update.

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We have updated Libra Checker and it’s now running on the latest (Oct 16) Libra testnet.

Also some new UI updates… Your feedback is always welcome.

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