OpenSnap is a sample reactive application based on:
- Java 8, Spring Framework 4, Spring Boot and asynchronous MongoDB driver on serverside
- Dart and AngularDart on client side
STOMP messages over websocket are used for 2 ways communication between client and server.
Slides of my Devoxx and MixIT talk "Reactive applications with Spring , AngularDart and Websocket" based on OpenSnap are available on SpeakerDeck.
You can also try the demo (only Chrome supported for now).
How to run it ?
Build and run OpenSnap:
- git clone https://github.com/sdeleuze/opensnap.git
- ./gradlew build run
- Open the following URL in your browser: http://127.0.0.1:8080/index.html
- For Dart version, run Dartium browser (/chromium/Chromium)
- Make sure that Chrome does not run at the same time than Dartium, since it could prevent the webcam to work
How to contribute ?
Feel free to send pull requests !
My reference development environment is IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 + its Dart plugin. You should :
- import OpenSnap as a Gradle project
- Open OpenSnap module settings and set Java project level to Java 8
- Enable Dart on opensnap-client module (Preferences -> Dart -> Enable Dart for this project + check opensnap-client module).
- Ensure that working directory is set to the absolute path of opensnap/opensnap-server and not only opensnap in run application property.
To run server side, just run or debug Application class main method. For client side, be sure to use http://127.0.0.1:8080 URL in order to avoid cross domain issues