Deploy the UI for your Warp Route

A front-end for interchain token transfers
After you Deploy a Warp Route, you may want to deploy a UI for it. For that, you can simply use the UI template.

Configure & Customize the UI

Follow these instructions for details on how to configure the UI's tokens and change the default branding assets/theme.

Configure Tokens

As mentioned in the customization instructions, the UI repo contains a token list (see ./src/consts/tokens.json)which much be updated. The default list looks like this:
"name": "Hyperlane Default Tokens",
"timestamp": "2022-12-23T12:00:00.000Z",
"version": {
"major": 1,
"minor": 0,
"patch": 0
"tags": {},
"logoURI": "",
"keywords": ["hyperlane", "default"],
"tokens": [
"chainId": 5,
"address": "0xb4fbf271143f4fbf7b91a5ded31805e42b2208d6",
"name": "Weth",
"symbol": "WETH",
"decimals": 18,
"logoURI": "",
"hypCollateralAddress": "0x145de8760021c4ac6676376691b78038d3DE9097"
Under hypCollateralAddress, specify the router address that you got on the collateral chain (goerli in the example config).

Deploy the UI

Since the UI is a Next.js app, you can use your favorite hosting service to host it. We recommend Vercel, which works very well with Next.
  • Sign up for Vercel
  • Create a new project
  • Connect it to your Git repo
  • Hit Deploy!
And that's it! Now you and your users can use the UI to send tokens from the collateral chain to remote chains, from one remote chain to another, and from any remote chain back to the collateral chain.