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HeartBit React

Introduction

A plug-and-play integration of the HeartBit SDK, which is a wrapper around HeartBitCore.

Getting Started

Installation

You can install using npm or yarn:

npm install --save @fileverse/heartbit-react

// or

yarn add @fileverse/heartbit-react

Import Packages

Import the core component of the package HeartBit:

import { HeartBit } from "@fileverse/heartbit-react";

Integrate HeartBit Functionality

First of all, you want to set up your wallet providers. For this example, we will be using the BrowserProvider from ethers as our provider. We will create a React component that will render HeartBit, and we are going to configure the network by passing the coreOption as props to it. It requires the getSignatureArgsHook as props as well, which it calls internally to get the message, signature, and optionally an onMintCallback, a function that will be called after mint is completed. We would also define hash that will be used for generating the tokenId on the smart contract generally use ipfs hash here for eg: ipfs://cid, and we will use SIWE for generating the message and signature. The code below should do the trick:

const MyApp = () => {
  const provider = new BrowserProvider((window as any).ethereum);
  const coreOptions = {
    chain: "0xaa36a7" as SupportedChain
  }

  const getSignatureArgsHook = async () => {
    const signer = await provider.getSigner()
    const address = await signer.getAddress();

    const siweMessage = new SiweMessage({
      domain: window.location.host,
      address,
      statement: "Hello World!",
      uri: window.location.origin,
      version: "1",
    });

    const message = siweMessage.prepareMessage();
    const signature = await signer.signMessage(message);

    return {
      message,
      signature,
      onMintCallback: () => {
        console.log("Minted!")
      }
    };
  };

 const hash = "ipfs//cid"; // This is an identifier for the token, if this hash changes you mint a new token in that case

  return <HeartBit
          coreOptions={coreOptions}
          getSignatureArgsHook={getSignatureArgsHook}
          hash={hash}
        />;
}

If all the process was successful, you should see a heart on your screen, and when you click and hold it for long, it should fill up. Once released, some NFTs related to the amount of time spent on clicking the button will be minted to the user.

Here is a working example using HeartBit.

Customisation

You can attach the HeartBit functionality to any UI component and instead of being restricted by our default heart icon. To achieve this, the heartbit-react package exports HeartBitProvider and useHeartBit. The HeartBitProvider is used to configure the core package with the coreOptions, and useHeartBit exposes the core functions of the HeartBit SDK, which we can call in a React component. Note that it can only be used in the context of HeartBitProvider.

Example Usage

import { useState, useEffect } from 'react'
import { HeartBitProvider } from "@fileverse/heartbit-react"

const MyApp = () => {
    const coreOptions = {
        chain: "0xaa36a7" as SupportedChain
    }
    return (
         <HeartBitProvider coreOptions={coreOptions}>
            <CustomHeartBit />
         </HeartBitProvider>
         )
const CustomHearBit = () => {
     const { mintHeartBit, getTotalHeartMintsByUser, getTotalHeartBitByHash } = useHeartBit()
     const [startTime, setStartTime] = useState<number | null>(null) // should be in seconds

     const account = '0x...someaddress'
     const hash = 'ipfs://cid' // This is an identifier for the token, if this hash changes you mint a new token eg: ipfs://cid
     useEffect(() => {
        const fetchBalances = async () => {
            const totalMintsByHash = await getTotalHeartBitByHash({ hash }); // Total Supply for a hash
            const totalMintsByUser = await getTotalHeartMintsByUser({ account, hash }); // Total mints for a user by hash

            console.log({ totalMintsByHash, totalMintsByUser})
        }
        fetchBalances()
     }, []);

     const onMouseDown = () => {
        setStartTime(Math.floor(Date.now() / 1000))
     }

     const onMouseUp = async () => {
         const endTime = Math.floor(Date.now() / 1000);
         await mintHeartBit({
            startTime,
            endTime,
            hash, // This is an identifier for the token, if this hash changes you mint a new token. eg: ipfs://cid
            message, // raw message that was signed
            signature, // signed message
         })
     }

     return <button onMouseUp={onMouseUp} onMouseDown={onMouseDown}>Hello World</button>
}

Here is a working example using the HeartBitProvider and useHeartBit.

Interface

interface SignatureArgs {
  message: string;
  signature: string;
  onMintCallback?: () => void; // will be called after NFT minting is done
}
interface HeartBitProps
  extends Omit<HeartBitUIProps, "isDisabled" | "startFillPos"> {
  coreOptions: HeartBitCoreOptions;
  getSignatureArgsHook: () => Promise<SignatureArgs>; // this is a required hook, this allows to call sign message operation on the user wallet, must return SignatureArgs
  hash: string; // This is an identifier for the token, if this hash changes you mint a new token. eg: ipfs://cid
  account?: string; // user wallet address
  showTotalMintsByHash?: boolean; // Default to false, if true will show total mints for a hash to the right of component
  showTotalMintsByUser?: boolean; // Defaults to false, if true will show total mints by a user on a hash to right of the component
}

type SupportedChain = "0xaa36a7" | "0x2105" | "0x64";
interface HeartBitCoreOptions {
  chain: SupportedChain;
  rpcUrl?: string;
}
interface HeartBitProviderProps {
  children: React.ReactNode;
  coreOptions: HeartBitCoreOptions;
}
interface TotalHeartBitCountArgs {
  hash: string; // This is an identifier for the token, if this hash changes you mint a new token. eg: ipfs://cid
}
interface HeartBitCountByUserArgs {
  hash: string; // This is an identifier for the token, if this hash changes you mint a new token. eg: ipfs://cid
  account: string; // ethereum wallet address
}
interface MintHeartBitArgs {
  message: string;
  signature: string;
  startTime: number; // in seconds
  endTime: number; // in seconds
  hash: string; // This is an identifier for the token, if this hash changes you mint a new token. eg: ipfs://cid
}
interface IHeartBitContext {
  getTotalHeartMintsByUser: (opts: HeartBitCountByUserArgs) => Promise<number>;
  getTotalHeartBitByHash: (opts: TotalHeartBitCountArgs) => Promise<number>;
  mintHeartBit: (opts: MintHeartBitArgs) => Promise<void>;
}

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