Adapters can now be added from an open GitHub repository, such as the Chainlink Adapter monorepo.
We've created a simple form, so it's easy for a registered user to list an open adapter.
|Repository Owner||string||The name of the repo owner, exactly as it appears in GitHub.|
|Repository Name||string||The name of the repo, exactly as it appears in GitHub.|
|Subfolder||string||If the repo contains multiple adapters, enter the subfolder for the adapter you are adding. The subfolder should be exactly as it appears in GitHub.|
|Name||string||The publicly visible name/title of the adapter when listed on the Market. This will show as the title in all pages & search results.|
|Description||string||The publicly visible description of the adapter that is shown within search results and when viewing.|
|Node Identifier||string||The ID of the adapter on Chainlink nodes. This is what is used within |
|Platforms||string||The list of platforms that your adapter supports. Currently only: |
|Data Sources Name||string||The name of that datasource. This is used to match any pre-existing data sources. For example, if you name your data source |
|Data Sources URL||string||Valid URL||The URL of the datasource. We recommend this be the homepage of the service in question, or the landing page for the API documentation. Multiple datasources can be added.|
Repository Owner: smartcontractkit Repository Name: external-adapters-js Subfolder: /coinapi Name: CoinAPI Description: External Adapter for CoinAPI from the Chainlink monorepo Node Identifier: cl-coinapi platforms: - Docker - AWS Lambda - GCP Functions data_sources: - name: CoinAPI - url: https://coinapi.io