For Developers: Documentation

The following web script creates a web button for one or more users to click and transfer Lamminaa (“ᨅ”) to another user of the Lamminaa network:

<form id="transferForm" method="post" action="https://lamminaa.com/wallet/"><input type="hidden" name="t_remot_amount" value="[ENTER AMOUNT]" /><input type="hidden" name="transfer_to" value="[ENTER MEMBER NO.]"/><input type="submit" value="[ENTER BUTTON TEXT]" class="t_submit" /><input type="hidden" name="url_redirect" value="[ENTER REDIRECT URL]">

Variables:

  • [ENTER AMOUNT]

Enter the amount of Lamminaas (“ᨅ”) which the recipient will receive after a successful transfer. Leave this variable blank if the user should specify the amount of Lamminaas (“ᨅ”) which the recipient will receive after a successful transfer.

  • [ENTER MEMBER NO.]

Enter the Member number of the recipient.

  • [ENTER BUTTON TEXT]

Enter the text you wish to see within the web button.

  • [ENTER REDIRECT URL]

Enter the valid URL you wish to redirect the user towards after a successful transfer.

You can use the web button’s “.t_submit” class for custom CSS (“Cascading Style Sheets”) such as the following:

<style>
.t_submit{ border-width: 3px; border-color:#999; border-radius: 5px; color: #000; font-size: 20px; }
</style>

All transactions via the Lamminaa network for each and every user of the Lamminaa network can be extracted and downloaded as Comma-separated values (CSV, RFC 4180) files by entering into URLs in the below-mentioned WalletCSV format. The below-mentioned WalletCSV format is restricted to only logged-in users of the Lamminaa network.

https://lamminaa.com/walletcsv/[ENTER MEMBER NO.]

Variable:

  • [ENTER MEMBER NO.]

Enter the Member number of a user of the Lamminaa network.

The WalletCSV format has a total of six variables as listed and explained below.

Variables:

  • Transaction ID

A unique number requested by the Board of Advisors of the Lamminaans Corporation for statistical purposes.

  • Type

Transactions with the ‘credit’ type determine that the Amount increased the Balance. Transactions with the ‘debit’ type determine that the Amount decreased the Balance.

  • Amount

The amount of Lamminaas (“ᨅ”) involved in the transaction

  • Balance

The Balance after the transaction.

  • Details

The Description among other details.

  • Date

The Gregorian Common Era calendar date of the transaction, and time, in the Coordinated Universal Time Zone (UTC+0) of the International Telecommunication Union of the United Nations Economic and Social Council of the Extraterritoriality of the United Nations, of the transaction.