For installation instructions and usage guidelines, refer to the respective `README`` in each package directory.
@stacks/connectConnect web application to Stacks wallet browser extensions (separate repo).
@stacks/transactionsConstruct, decode transactions, and work with Clarity smart contracts on the Stacks blockchain.
@stacks/wallet-sdkLibrary for building wallets, managing accounts, and handling keys for the Stacks blockchain.
@stacks/storageStore and fetch files with Gaia, the decentralized storage system.
@stacks/encryptionEncryption functions used by stacks.js packages.
@stacks/authConstruct and decode authentication requests for Stacks apps.
@stacks/profileFunctions for manipulating user profiles.
@stacks/networkNetwork and API library for working with Stacks blockchain nodes.
@stacks/commonCommon utilities used by stacks.js packages.
@stacks/bnsLibrary for interacting with the BNS contract.
@stacks/stackingLibrary for PoX stacking.
@stacks/cliCommand line interface to interact with auth, storage, and Stacks transactions.
@stacks/keychainDEPRECATED: replaced by
Documentation and library references for the stacks.js packages are located at stacks.js.org.
To migrate your app from blockstack.js to Stacks.js follow the steps in the migration guide.
If you encounter a bug or have a feature request, we encourage you to follow the steps below:
Please do not use the issue tracker for personal support requests or to ask for the status of a transaction. You'll find help at the #support Discord channel.
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