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So I'm new to Stellar and want to build and sign transactions using the JS SDK instead of using the Stellar Laboratory.

I'm starting with the basic wallet documentation. I followed the steps until the end of the page. However, when I run npm start, it gives me this error

sass error
Undefined variable.
src/global/style.scss textarea { font-family: $font-family; font-size: 15px;

which is the same error encountered in this post. The answer there was not very helpful as it's outdated.

So I cloned their GitHub repo code, installed the packages and started the server, which works as intended.

To fix the sass error in my code from the tutorial, I copied the first two lines of style.scss from the GitHub code:

$font-family: -apple-system,BlinkMacSystemFont,Segoe UI,Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif,Apple Color Emoji,Segoe UI Emoji;
$font-mono: monospace;

However, when I go to localhost:3333 the page is empty. In the developer console, I find two more errors:

// first error
TypeError: global is undefined
    <anonymous> http://localhost:3334/build/stellar-wallet.entry.js:529
    <anonymous> http://localhost:3334/build/stellar-wallet.entry.js:530
 undefined index-bf4c07c5.js:2903:63
// second error
Uncaught (in promise) Error: Constructor for "stellar-wallet#undefined" was not found
    initializeComponent http://localhost:3334/build/index-bf4c07c5.js:2040

I wanted to ask how to fix this but I don't think the errors stop here since the sample code and tutorial do not match. Does anyone have any advice on how to get started with Stellar's JS SDK?

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