Depending on what you’re trying to do there are two different ways to install the OpenRelay widget toolkit.

If you are trying to use our widgets directly on your website and aren’t interested in building your own JavaScript libraries, you can use the Prepared Bundle to start adding widget tags to your HTML right away.

If you are trying to incorporate our widgets into a larger JavaScript application, we recommend installing each specific widget with NPM or yarn and incorporating them into your JavaScript builds.

Prepared Bundle

OpenRelay provides a prepare JavaScript bundle which includes all of our widgets. You can add the following script tag to the <head> section of your HTML and start embedding our Widget tags without writing any custom JavaScript:

<script src=""

Be aware that when using the prepared bundle your users must download the entire bundle, which includes widgets you may not be using on your site. You are likely to get better performance creating a customized JavaScript build, as shown below.

Once you have the bundle installed, read about the Web3 Layer to get started.

JavaScript Builds

If you are building a JavaScript application, you will probably want to bundle the widgets you are going to use with the rest of your JavaScript code. Each widget page has the yarn command for installing the widget, then it can be imported into your application. Unless you intend to extend the widgets to make new ones, you only need to import the widgets into your application to start embedding their respective tags into the page.

Each widget page also documents the API for that widget. You can interact with widgets like native HTML elements. They have HTML attributes, JavaScript properties, and emit events, allowing you to interact with them in almost any JavaScript application framework as if they were native HTML elements. Whether you’re building your application with jQuery, Angular, React, Vue, or any of a number of other application frameworks, it should be easy to integrate OpenRelay’s widgets.

Once you have the widgets installed, read about the Web3 Layer to get started.