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Chainlens provides a fully responsive user experience. Although primarily intended for using with a desktop computer or laptop, we designed a great mobile experience too.
The mobile experience makes available all of the core functionality of the explorer such as the token, contract, address, transaction and block views along with all of the filtering and searching functionality.
Navigation is performed via the menu at the bottom of the screen.
The navigation bar for the mobile experience
The mobile experience contains all of the data views for contracts, tokens, events, transactions, blocks and the network. It also provides filtering and sorting functionality.
The contracts view shows all contracts.
The contracts view on mobile
Clicking on a contract takes you to the contract details.
The contract details view on mobile
You also have sorting and filters available for all of your list views.
Creating filters on mobile
This allows you to filter for ERC-20 and ERC-777 contracts created in the past month.
Navigating to the tokens page we have all tokens listed.
The tokens view on mobile
We can click on a token to view individual token details.
The token details view on mobile
The events view displays events emitted by transactions.
The events view on mobile
We also can view balances associated with accounts when we browse to an account which is associated with an Ethereum wallet, i.e. not a smart contract address.
Viewing an account address on mobile
The transactions view lists all transactions.
The transactions view on mobile
Clicking on a transaction provides the transaction details.
The details of a transaction on mobile
Likewise the blocks view lists all blocks.
The blocks view on mobile
Again, clicking on a block provides the block details with associated transactions.
The block details view on mobile
When enabled, the network view will display node details Chainlens is using.
Chainlens network view on mobile