Activity of LedgerHQ/ledger-live-mobile repository

Active 🚀

Active contributions

Activity badge for LedgerHQ/ledger-live-mobile repository

Why LedgerHQ/ledger-live-mobile is active?

The result is based on ratio of number of commits and code additions from initial and final time ranges.

Initial time range – from 10 Feb, 2023 to 13 May, 2023

Final time range – from 11 Nov, 2023 to 10 Feb, 2024

Additions and deletions stats are not available for this repository due to GitHub API limitations.

Data calculated on 10 Feb, 2024

Summary of LedgerHQ/ledger-live-mobile

The LedgerHQ/ledger-live-mobile repository on GitHub is the source code for the Ledger Live application for mobile devices. The application is a companion to the Ledger hardware wallet that allows you to manage your crypto assets securely.

The application supports multiple cryptocurrencies, allowing you to send, receive, and manage your assets all in one place. It also allows for the installation or uninstallation of applications on your Ledger device.

As for the source code, it is written in JavaScript, with React-Native as the main framework for mobile app development which supports both Android and iOS platforms. Other notable tools and libraries used in the project include Redux for state management, Jest for testing, and RxJS for handling asynchronous events.

This application is open-sourced, meaning that developers from around the world can contribute to the codebase, help with bug fixes, or suggest feature enhancements. It is clear that the team values transparency, security and user privacy.

Before contributing, developers are encouraged to read the contribution guidelines and respect the rules. It's also recommended for the users to always have the latest version of the application, so as to incorporate the latest security updates.

It's also worth noting that the repository also contains other resources like translation files, making the app accessible to a wider, international user base.

Please take note: Always be cautious and double-check when dealing with crypto assets. Consider only the official Ledger repositories on Github avoiding the potential scam or malicious code included in the forked projects.

Top 5 contributors