Browser-based editor for OSVR device descriptor JSON and soon other OSVR JSON files.
Use it now at http://tools.getosvr.org/json-editor/
Maintained at https://github.com/OSVR/OSVR-JSON-Editor
For details, see http://osvr.github.io
For support, see http://support.osvr.com
The "canonical" installation of this tool is at:
That version gets rebuilt (within roughly a minute) any time a push to this repository or to the OSVR JSON Schema repository (which this uses) is detected.
bower installed globally. I think. Get
npm with your package system, then this should get the rest:
npm i -g grunt-cli npm i -g bower
sudo as needed.
If you're on Windows, use of Chocolatey is recommended, in which case
choco install nodejs.install
(latest correct command per @ferventcoder as of 9-feb-2015) should take place before the
npm commands above.
To build this web site:
npm i && grunt
Output ends up in
You can serve it locally with
This system is based around the "JSON Schema Based Editor" jdorn/json-editor for the main interactivity.
Bootstrap is used for styling, of course.
Assemble is used for the static site assembly from source.
This project: Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.