Proof-of-concept. Can be used to create simple programs live with Flowhub and run them.
In roughly prioritized order.
Milestone 0.1: minimally useful
- Fix network excecution blocking main thread, should execute in background
- Add proper commandline arguments for port, library path, runtime registry etc
- Implement support for multiple graphs
- Implement stopping of networks
- Implement redirection of stdout/stderr, for showing in IDE
- Implement introspection of data passing through edges
- Implement support for arrayports
- Implement support for subgraph components
- Implement support for component specific icons
- Implement component:getsource, for showing component .java code in IDE
- Implement component:setsource, for creating components from .java code in IDE
- Implement debug mode, catching exceptions and notifying IDE where they happen
- Implement remote subgraph support, allowing a JavaFBP program/runtime to be used as a component
Building from git
cd runtime gradle installApp
Run & Connect to Flowhub
Note: instructions only tested on GNU/Linux
Open Flowhub, log in. Click "Register runtime" and copy your user UUID.
export FLOWHUB_USER_ID=MY-USER-UUID-XXX ./build/install/runtime/bin/runtime
The runtime should now register itself and listen on a port for UI to connect.
Go back to Flowhub, hit the refresh icon next to "Register runtime".
Create a new project, select JavaFBP as the runtime type. You should now be connected and be able to build JavaFBP programs!