Staking Rewards Viewer
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- Team Name: Jackson Harris III
- Payment Address: Ethereum (DAI) payment address 0x2E07c8624da45FF0Bd4ba18dE7b9156995C44034.
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Project Overview 📄
This application is in response to Front-End for Staking Rewards Collector
This is a Staking Rewards Viewer for Polkadot and Kusama allowing users to view their staking rewards and easily download their search results. This implementation will take the work started in the staking-rewards-collector and integrate it with an easy to use modern front end using Next.js and deployed on Vercel with the goal of deploying to IPFS.
I am interested in utilizing my current Software engineering skills to contribute to the Polkadot ecosystem. I have been following the project for a few years and have been looking for a way to participate.
Propsoal Repo with a screenshot of mockup created in Adobe Xd. Here is a quick demo video of a work in progress Video and a Deployed demo on vercel. (currently, the vercel version is not making requests. Looking at swapping out the curlRequest for fetch API calls.
We expect the teams to already have a solid idea about your project's expected final state. Therefore, we ask the teams to submit (where relevant):
- Mockups/designs Adobe Xd
- Front End: Next.js, Material Design Bootstrap React
- Back End: N/A (The applicatoin will use a serverless design on Vercel/Fleek)
The staking-rewards-collector is a tool to gather staking rewards for given addresses and cross-reference those with daily price data. This is a very useful tool for every validator and nominator in the ecosystem. However, since it has currently a CLI and requires some technical knowledge to set up (git, nodejs, yarn). A front-end hosted on a website could help many users getting access to this tool and enjoy the benefits.
- Contact Name: Jackson Harris III
- Contact Email: email@example.com
- Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacksonharris3/
- Registered Address: Can Provide Home Address offline
- Registered Legal Entity: Freelance/Contractor for tax purposes I am an Independent Contractor
Jackson Harris: Software Engineer 3 years, Digital Marketing/Business Development 10 years.
Team Code Repos
Team LinkedIn Profiles
Development Status 📖
If you've already started implementing your project or it is part of a larger repository, please provide a link and a description of the code here. In any case, please provide some documentation on the research and other work you have conducted before applying. This could be:
- Original RFP (requests for proposal),
- Conversation reference to my original submission with @axl of w3f
Development Roadmap 🔩
Milestone 1 (Implementation & Testing)
- Estimated Duration: 12 days
- FTE: 12
- Costs: 4000 USD
|0b.||Documentation||We will provide both inline documentation of the code and a basic tutorial that explains how a user can (for example) spin up one of our Substrate nodes and send test transactions, which will show how the new functionality works.|
|0c.||Testing Guide||Core functions will be fully covered by unit tests to ensure functionality and robustness. In the guide, we will describe how to run these tests.|
|0d.||Docker||We will provide a Dockerfile(s) that can be used to test all the functionality delivered with this milestone.|
|1.||UI for user input||Develop an UI to request necessary data from the users.|
|2a.||Address LookUp Functionality||Allow users to enter multiple wallet addresses for either or both the Polkdaot and/or Kusama networks and deploy these features to Vercel.|
|2b.||CSV/JSON Download||Enable users to download a copy of their lookup results in either CSV or JSON format.|
|3.||Form validation||Add form validation to wallet address input while still allowing for multiple addresses to be entered. Validation for fiat amounts that will properly display based on the selected currency.|
|4.||UI for data visualizer||Develop an environment to display the output (.csv and .json) for the end user in a pleasurable way.|
|5.||Tooltips/Helpers||Implement help texts and tooltips to explain the different features and inputs to users.|
|6.||Testing||Write tests to confirm the application behaves as expected|
|7.||Polishing & Delivery||Reach out for feedback to the Grants Team. Integrate final feedback on functional, as well as cosmetic changes like font size, colors, typos etc.|
- Collaborate with the original RFP proposer to determine how to best promote the finished application throughout the community.
- Ask the community for suggestions to improve and add new features as necesary.
- Refactor and Deploy to IPFS
Additional Information ➕
How did you hear about the Grants Program?
- I watched a video, on youtube, with Gavin Wood where he mentioned the Web3 Foundation and the grants program.