An automated tool developed by Crypto Coins, a cryptocurrency company, to build websites for cryptocurrency-based applications has been released.
The tool is currently available in the Chrome developer tool and on the Windows platform.
“We are also using this tool to generate HTML5 applications.”
Crypto Coins has created a tool that it says will be used by the crypto-enthusiast community to create new cryptocurrency applications.
Its tool was initially built for bitcoin but has since been ported to other cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum and Litecoin.
Tseng says that the tool has a lot of functionality that makes it very useful for the crypto world.
“It is basically a JSON parser that we use to parse JS files and then convert them to a simple JSON document,” he said.
“The JSON document can then be viewed on any web browser.”
The developer who worked on Babel wrote an extension that enables it to parse HTML5 content.
“BabelJS has some great features,” Tseng said.
“For example, it has support for some of the HTML5 features that browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera support, such as image tags and embedding HTML5 elements,” he added.
Tseng also said that the new tool is a lot easier to use than some of his competitors.
“Most of the tools out there have been written by experienced developers who have had years of experience in this field, so they are not the best at what they do,” he told CoinDesk.
“Babeljs is very much the opposite.”
“The Chrome team is doing a lot with ReactJS and this tool is another great example of the work they have been doing,” said Tseng, who added that it could be a good tool for people who are trying to build apps for a wide range of platforms.
“This tool is going to help people get started with Reactjs quickly.”
The new tool was released in June and was designed to be used on Chrome.
Its source code is available on GitHub.
The team at Crypto Coins said that they plan to release the tool as an open source project.
Tsen has said that his team has been working on it for over a year.
“There is no reason why we should not have the community help us,” he wrote.
“When we released the tool we were really excited to see people using it to build applications that they were proud of, and we hope that they will use it for their own purposes as well.”