Contribute Code to ripple-lib
Want to contribute code or a bug report to help improve
ripple-lib is an open-source project. You can take a look at
ripple-lib code simply by accessing the
ripple-lib GitHub repo. Before contributing or reporting bugs, we recommend that you get to know the code and developer experience by performing the following tasks.
RippleAPI is an API for interacting with the XRP Ledger. The core peer-to-peer server that manages the XRP Ledger is
rippled. Optionally, you can set up and run a
rippled server to understand its developer experience and functionality. Anyone can run their own
rippled server that follows the network and keeps a complete copy of the XRP Ledger.
Use the XRP Test Net Faucet to get a test account on the XRP Test Network. If you set up a
rippled server, you can connect it to the XRP Test Net to make test calls and get to know the XRP Ledger.
ripple-lib requires Node.js and a few dependencies. We recommend using Node.js v10 LTS and Yarn dependency management. Also, be sure to create your own fork of the
ripple-lib repository on GitHub so you can contribute pull requests to the official repo.
Examine and run the
get-account-info.js script. Use it to get a feel for how RippleAPI scripts work and to verify that your RippleAPI interface is working.
Now that you have a handle on
ripple-lib, you may have ideas for how to improve it.
Perhaps you’re developing on the XRP Ledger and want to contribute some code that enables
ripple-lib to provide a feature your application needs.
Need some inspiration? Take a look at our list of Help Wanted issues .
ripple-lib repo and open an issue or pull request.
As you explore
ripple-lib, you may find code that you don’t think is working as intended. To report a bug, open an issue in the
If the bug you wish to report is security-related, we urge you to disclose it responsibly through Ripple's Bug Bounty program .