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Archived LMP: Web Developer


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Name: LMP: Web Developer
Term: 1 Cycle
Cycle Amnt: 10,000
Total Amnt: 10,000
Author: BreadJS, Sandude
Receiver: BreadJS
Address: DDS5v6mPqUN3rdzkp3268LV7TKjHCZqy8c
Created: 16-07-2023
Status: Active
Vote Hash: 5bd86eed9c9b254e3b930030f2576cf9b372f90bbce3c393c4f5f9d69d248b06

Project updated:

My PIVX Wallet (MPW)

Pull Requests:


What issues does this proposal address?

This proposal is one of a series of LMPs put forward by BreadJS as part of the complete redesign of every page on MPW. MPW was not very responsive; particularly on mobile and other devices, and lacked a good design. The intent is to redesign MPW to improve it visually and make it as responsible as possible on all devices.

The purpose of this proposal is to reward the work done by the developer BreadJS. This month, his work was focused around the 4 PRs that we mentioned before.

What features or improvements were added?

The first two PRs are the main ones, and include the new design of two MPW pages: "navigation sidebar" and "wallet load create". The last two are fixes for the testnet toggle and the password modal.

The new Navigation Sidebar page has the following new features and characteristics:
  • Cleaner and more responsive UI
  • Added all existing navigation items including status icons
  • Added Copy Wallet icon
  • Beautiful animations
The new Wallet Load Create page has the following new features and characteristics:
  • New and redesigned layout
  • New animations
  • Advanced mode
  • Responsive on mobile devices
The testnet toggle had an issue in the settings, where it was not following the network state. This is now fixed.

The password modal fix ensures that it appears in front instead of behind the sending modal. This makes it easier to enter the password on mobile devices.

How does this benefit users?

Better design and UX that makes the MPW on-boarding process easier for new users. In particular these new pages will make it significantly better to use MPW on mobile, as all redesigns have a strong emphasis on improving responsiveness on all devices.

More specifically, the last two PRs allow users to see the real network state using the testnet toggler, and to input their password on mobile devices.
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Note: Proposal amount was corrected, from 8,000 to 10,000 due to an informational mistake of mine in in writing. -JSKitty

Bread's exceptional work for v1.0 and upcoming future versions, has led to this overall increase, for taking MPW's User Experience to a new level.
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