Currently, the only backend for the interface interacts with python based FRC robots using the RobotPy library, and is a replacement for the simulator that comes with pyfrc.
The simulator and its extension APIs are still very experimental and are expected to vary until the start of the 2016 FRC season.
For usage, detailed installation information, and other notes, please see our documentation at http://robotpy-websim.readthedocs.org
Quick Install + Demo
If you have python3 and pip installed, then do:
pip3 install --pre robotpy-websim
Once this is done, you can run a quick demo by running:
cd examples/simple python3 robot.py websim
Your default browser (or Chrome) should be launched and show the control interface. If it does not show automatically, you can browse to http://localhost:8000/
- Dustin Spicuzza came up with the original concept
- Amory Galili has done much of the actual work and webdesign