[kepler-dev] Kepler Web UI?
Edward A. Lee
eal at eecs.berkeley.edu
Fri Oct 19 09:06:41 PDT 2007
We routinely put Ptolemy models behind web interfaces using applets.
By default, the visual editor (Vergil) gets exposed in the applets with
editing turned off, but it's a relatively simple change to allow
However, applets have major limitations. E.g., you can't save to the local
file system... Server-side facilities could fix this, or alternatively
you can use the webstart facility, which essentially runs the application
on the local platform, but with a web interface for maintaining the software
distribution, and without a "software installation" step.
At 04:40 AM 10/19/2007, Paul Allen wrote:
>I've heard that there have been a couple of projects that have made
>progress toward porting the Kepler UI into a web environment (i.e. a
>browser based UI). Can anybody tell me where those projects are and how far
>along they are? Are they still active?
>Paul Allen, Assistant Director
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