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A JavaScript framework enabling browsers to participate in distributed computing projects and communicating with BOINC servers.
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Using getThreadNumber() you can retrieve the maximum number of threads that the framework attempts to run. getThreadNumber() calls the new WorkSourcePool.getTargetActive() method.
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README.md

About

The GridBee Web Computing Framework is a JavaScript library that enables modern browsers (currently Chrome and Firefox) to participate in distributed computing projects and act as web based clients. The framework features BOINC specific classes that enable the client to act as a full feature BOINC web client requesting and executing JavaScript and Native Client workunits.

You can find out more about GridBee if you visit our official homepage at http://webcomputing.iit.bme.hu where you can also check out our client in action.

The graphical web client based on the GridBee framework can be found at https://github.com/molnarg/gridbee-client/

Building the GridBee source code

  1. Install haXe. You can download its binaries from http://haxe.org/download
  2. Install FlashDevelop. See http://www.flashdevelop.org/
  3. Open the FlashDevelop project file: GridBee.hxproj.
  4. Press F8 to build.
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