Gosuto Wallet Desktop Svelte

Gosuto Desktop App, private repo for development, eventually publishes to "GosutoWallet" public repo.

Gosuto Wallet


Electron 21 Issue


This version is incompatible with the previous version


Sveltekit + Electron + Tailwindcss

Getting Started

*Feel free to substitute npm with pnpm or yarn.

Install · npm install
Develop · npm run dev
Build · npm run build:all => Builds Mac (dmg), Windows, and Linux Packages
Build · npm run build:mac => Builds Mac (dmg) package
Build · npm run build:win => Builds Windows Package
Build · npm run build:linux => Builds Linux Package

VSCode + Svelte for VSCode

There are several directories one needs to keep in mind when working with the app during development. Al the directories listed below are in the src directory and have aliases linked to them allowing for imports done in this manner; $stores/{FileName}. Specifically;

  • lib When working in the lib directory, it is important to ensure that only .svelte files are in this directory. In particular, these need to be structured using the parent page as the name of the directory. For instance, .svelte components associated with the home page, need to be in the Home directory. For shared components such as buttons and others, a components directory exists in the lib directory. Using this approach, components that are aggregations of smaller components can be placed within child directories in the primary components directory. For instance, the Navigation component has reusable buttons but is in the Nav directory within the components parent directory. Please note that since all of the directories indicated have aliases, they files in these directories can be imported as $lib/{PageName}/{fileName}.svelte, or in the case of components $components/{ComponentName|Directory}/{fileName}.svelte, etc.
  • routes This directory contains the route files associated with the app.
  • stores This directory includes the stores used across the app. These should be named based on the page or function of the store. i.e. auth.store.ts or history.store.ts. The store suffix is not mandatory but recommended.
  • style All css files used across the application must be in this directory. Since tailwindcss is being used, additional files are not required. However, if need for an additional file arises, it should be placed in this directory.
  • utils This directory contains all the utility functions used across the application. The recommended naming convention is similar to the stores, but with a util.ts suffix. While not mandatory, it is highly recommended. Additionally, it is recommended that these be classified based on function. An example of this is all auth related utility functions be in a child auth directory within the utils folder.
  • icons This directory contains all svg icons used across the app, but initialized within .svelte components. All these are reusable across the application. The .svelte should contain the actual svg content and might expose props to modify the underlying svg such as its fill color, among other attributes of the icon.

Automatic Formating on Github

The repository currently uses Husky pre-commit hooks to format the code based on the .prettierrc file. This automatically kicks in before the files are added to the commit. If successful, a message similar to the one shown in the screenshot below will be shown.

Suggested Component Development Approach

Owing to the fact that there is no theme initialized in the tailwind files, these will have to be added as development proceeds. In this case, one would confirm that the color of the component they want to add does not yet exist and if it doesn't, it should be added to either the dark or light theme sections in the tailwind.config.cjs file in the sections indicated below.

    theme: {
        extend: {
            colors: {
                // Add other colors (theme here)
                dark: {
                    // Light Theme Colors
                light: {
                    // Dark Theme Colors

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