Launching Defivue


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A special post today to share the launch of defivue!

Defivue is a yield aggregator and search engine for Binance’s smart chain and it’s decentralized finance projects, helping users find the best Liquidity Pools for their assets.

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Also available as a Progressive Web App

For a more technical note, Defivue’s frontend was made using Svelte with Typescript and TailwindCSS while the data is provided by a puppeteer parser running every hour using Supabase as a database.

Most Decentralized Finance (DeFi) website are pretty heavyweight, requiring the use of Web3 and sometimes a metamask wallet to interact with them. Add a react dependency, no caching of any sort and you get yourself a pretty slow performer. Svelte + Tailwind has been my go-to combo for a while now, ensuring a smaller bundle size for the user (looking at the numbers, I see that most of my website’s size comes from the Inter variable font).

I’ve talked a bit about the benefits of reducing your Javascript & CSS bundle size on my flutter web loading screen article.

As of right now, the website only features a limited amount of yield farms, namely Beefy and Swamp with more to come. (Maybe even support for multiple blockchains)

If DeFi is something that strikes your interest, want to be informed of the ongoing development, or just appreciate my articles and want to do me a solid one, I’d very much appreciate a twitter follow.

Thank you for reading. As a side note, if there’s any subject you’d want me to talk about, please let me know on my personal twitter