DevNullProd Posted June 22, 2018 Share Posted June 22, 2018 (edited) Shout out to @Graine, you're missed on these forums buddy! --- Greetings XRP'ers!!! Recently we updated the XRP Transaction Waterfall feature in the Wipple Intelligence framework and figure it'd be a good time to share! What you're seeing is a live view of all XRP transactions, in the form of a "Code Waterfall", where transactions of the various types are color coded differently. Here you can see the majority of transactions are OfferCreates / Cancels, but payments and payment channel claims are frequent enough to be regularly represented. You can see the exact breakdown of which transactions transpired when via the Wipple Report Additionally JSONPath filtering has been added to the live transaction stream (and the transactions section on the account details page). This allows the user to filter out the transactions in real time according to powerful JSONPath expressions. So for example, you can filter out payments above/below/within certain amounts like so: $..[?(parseInt(@.Amount) > 50000000)] (Note transactions specify payments in drops, where 1000000 drops = 1 xrp) You can filter transactions by result like so: $..[?(@.TransactionResult == 'tecPATH_DRY')] This of course is the tip of the iceburg, JSONPath boasts features similar to XPath where you can include / exclude target data based on powerful predicates. --- Finally I want to wrap this update by asking what features do users here "always wish they had" out of XRP tooling? I'm talking about ways to gain additional insights into the network which aren't readily accessible with existing tools. The intent of Wipple has always to be a community project where we rapidly respond to the market and user-demands, so if you have any thoughts we'd love to hear them, who knows maybe they will be included in the next release! Happy XRP'ing!!! Edited June 22, 2018 by riptidel Donkey 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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