Make Sync Modal remember collapsed state (#1929)
* Make Sync Modal remeber collapsed state This makes the sync modal use the bootstrap collapse component instead of animatecss. It also removed animatecss as it seemed to be only used there. Also, it will now remember if you collapsed it between page loads which since the new eth stuff keeps asking to configure it on my dev env. * Sync modal improvements - Use chevron icon and indicate toggle state - Smooth opening animation by toggling element without padding - Better modal content padding - Run JS immediately to prevent flickering Co-authored-by: Dennis Reimann <email@example.com>
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BTCPay Server is a free and open-source cryptocurrency payment processor which allows you to receive payments in Bitcoin and altcoins directly, with no fees, transaction cost or a middleman.
BTCPay Server is a non-custodial invoicing system which eliminates the involvement of a third-party. Payments with BTCPay Server go directly to your wallet, which increases the privacy and security. Your private keys are never uploaded to the server. There is no address re-use, since each invoice generates a new address deriving from your xpubkey.
The software is built in C# and conforms to the invoice API of BitPay. It allows for your website to be easily migrated from BitPay and configured as a self-hosted payment processor.
You can run BTCPay Server as a self-hosted solution on your own server, or use a third-party host.
The self-hosted solution allows you not only to attach an unlimited number of stores and use the Lightning Network but also become the payment processor for others.
Thanks to the apps built on top of it, you can use BTCPay to receive donations, start a crowdfunding campaign or have an in-store Point of Sale.
If you have trouble using BTCPay, consider joining communities listed on official website to get help from BTCPay community members. Only file Github issue for technical issues you can’t resolve through other channels or feature requests you’ve validated with other members of community.
Main community chat is located on Mattermost.
BTCPay is built and maintained entirely by volunteer contributors around the internet. We welcome and appreciate new contributions.
If you’re a developer looking to help, but you’re not sure where to begin, check the good first issue label, which contains small pieces of work that have been specifically flagged as being friendly to new contributors.
Contributors looking to do something a bit more challenging, before opening a pull request, please create an issue or join our community chat to get early feedback, discuss best ways to tackle the problem and to ensure there is no work duplication.
Here is some info about how to extend the themes.
While the documentation advises to use docker-compose, you may want to build BTCPay Server yourself.
First install .NET Core SDK v3.1 as specified by Microsoft website.
run scripts to run BTCPayServer, this example shows how to print the available command line arguments of BTCPayServer.
If you want to debug, use Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio 2019.
You need to run the development time docker-compose as described in the test guide.
You can then run the debugger by using the Launch Profile
Docker-Regtest on either Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio 2017.
If you need to debug ledger wallet interaction, install the development time certificate with:
# Install development time certificate in the trust store dotnet dev-certs https --trust
Then use the
Docker-Regtest-https debug profile.
For more information, see the documentation: How to deploy a BTCPay server instance.
Bitcoin is the only focus of the project and its core developers. However, opt in integrations are present for several altcoins. Altcoins are maintained by their respective communities.
BTCPay Server software, logo and designs are provided under MIT License.
The BTCPay Server Project is proudly supported by these entities through the BTCPay Server Foundation.
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If you’d like to support the project, please visit the donation page.