Pangolin's UI was originally a Uniswap V2 fork. As we've progressed on our multi-chain journey, it has become apparent that Uniswap's codebase was never designed to take into account a multi-chain paradigm. As part of the migration to our new UI, we've moved all our new multi-chain components into a separate repository that will allow us to decouple from the original Uniswap code incrementally.
We are firm believers in modular architecture and as such any widget you can see on Pangolin's new UI is available as a component. For example, Honeycomb allows any project to import Pangolin's customizable swap widget into their website.
Customizable Swap widget
Another common use case is supporting a Multi-VM-Wallet via your application. Now all you need to do is import Pangolin's wallet component.
Supports EVM & Non-EVM wallets
Key thing to take note of here is the Chain interface. This interface will define each chain Pangolin is live on as well as the key contract addresses. The Interface repository will then use a specific version of the SDK in the
package.jsonwhich will then dynamically display the chains that are live.
We use Directus for our headless CMS and deployed the following data end points:
Knowledge Base Component
We currently use the following external APIs:
We use Gelato in the backend to feature limit orders through Pangolin's swap widget.
Subgraph schema for querying Pangolin Exchange's contracts