|Re: Sirius on the Web [message #1775950 is a reply to message #1775924]
||Wed, 08 November 2017 14:06
|| Pierre-Charles David
Registered: July 2009
Not yet. There are "workarounds" like https://github.com/neilmackenzie/jbds-via-html5, which execute Sirius as-is and export its UI via the VNC-like protocol, which can then be accessed from any browser.
As Cédric mentioned, it's a relatively long-term goal, which will require significant investments and relatively deep technical changes in Sirius. For Sirius 6 (in 2018), we plan to start integrating some web technologies with an "Activity Explorer" similar to the one existing in Capella (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGpHMR_j3AM), but implemented in HTML/JS and seamlessly integrated in Sirius. We're also looking at integrating Sprotty (https://github.com/theia-ide/sprotty) for diagram visualisation and exploration.
In short, the message is: we're very aware of this need, and are taking some concrete steps to move towards it, but we're also looking for partners to help us move faster and make sure we address the correct needs. "Sirius on the web" can mean different things to different people, so if you have concrete requirements we would be happy to hear about them (here on the forum or in private if you prefer).
Pierre-Charles David - Obeo
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