In the beginning, the Nomo App was only a crypto wallet, but now the Nomo App offers a huge range of web3-features. To enable those web3-features, the Nomo App uses the following open-source packages:
See on GitHub: https://github.com/nomo-app/nomo-webon-kit
A WebOn is a web application that works within the Nomo App. WebOns are a powerful capability of the Nomo App that unlock the following features in an easy-to-use way:
The Nomo-WebOn-Kit provides a Demo-WebOn to showcase functionality. Moreover, Nomo provides the following npm packages for WebOn developers:
See on GitHub: https://github.com/nomo-app/walletkit-dart
The WalletKit-Dart is an advanced library that provides wallet functionality for multiple chains. The WalletKit-Dart supports both UTXO-chains and EVM-chains, including features like xPub/zPub/P2SH/SegWit.
See on GitHub: https://github.com/nomo-app/bip39
To protect Nomo users, the Nomo team maintains its own fork of BIP39 with additional security hardenings. The WalletKit-Dart depends on Nomo BIP39.
See on GitHub: https://github.com/nomo-app/nomo-ui-kit
Nomo-UI-Kit offers a collection of reusable widgets, such as buttons and cards. Nomo-UI-Kit is designed for both the Nomo App itself as well as WebOns that are built with Flutter-Web.
See on GitHub: https://github.com/nomo-app/nomo-webview
See on GitHub: https://github.com/nomo-app/nomo-id
Nomo-ID is a flexible protocol for web3-based authentication, without any passwords. There exist multiple websites that allow login via Nomo-ID, but Nomo-ID can do much more than logins. The Nomo-ID repo contains a specification of the protocol as well as a sample application.