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Creating and signing a Monero transaction in javascript without using the wallet RPC interface is far from trivial. You'd need to: Have a way of scanning the blockchain to find outputs you own, which is a) infeasible without using a daemon and b) would be ridiculously slow in javascript even with the help of a daemon. Have all the cryptography code ...


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mymonero has javascript code to create transactions which you can reuse (some surgery needed). Some of it runs binary blobs compiled from C++ though, which may not be what you want. See https://mymonero.com/.


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