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Visualization framework for autonomy and robotics data encoded in XVIZ
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twojtasz Add URL passing to the XVIZ Loaders (#285)
* Create developer application in 'test/apps/viewer'

This application is a duplicate from the *get-started* with addition
features that make it useful for testing streetscape & xviz
but isolated fromt the simple introduction application

Specifically, this enable more flexible XVIZ data source parameters
in the URL and query parameters, which have been documented.
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.buildkite Update buildkite agent queues (#296) Apr 12, 2019
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docs Fix broken doc links and add test (#268) Mar 4, 2019
examples [XVIZ playground] UX improvements (#291) Apr 6, 2019
modules Add backing missing error handler _onWSError (#295) Apr 19, 2019
website update doc links Feb 19, 2019
.eslintignore initial commit Aug 7, 2018
.eslintrc Initial round of uber-es2015 coding style changes (#38) Sep 6, 2018
.gitattributes add all the docs pages (#159) Dec 1, 2018
.gitignore Link demo app from website (#132) Nov 16, 2018
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Dockerfile Update docker tests to newer version of Node (#289) Apr 2, 2019
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babel.config.js Upgrade to babel 7 config and fix coverage (#39) Sep 6, 2018
docker-compose.yml Implement Buildkite for CI (#44) Sep 13, 2018
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package.json Add git hook to add copyright on js & sh files if missing (#249) Feb 22, 2019
yarn.lock Upgrade @xviz/parser to beta.7 Apr 3, 2019 is a toolkit for visualizing autonomous and robotics data in the XVIZ protocol. It is built on top of React and Uber’s WebGL-powered visualization frameworks.

UI Components


npm install
# or
yarn add

Documentation and demo

AVS Website

Quick start

You need Node.js and yarn to run the example app.

# Clone
$ git clone
$ cd

# Install dependencies
$ yarn bootstrap

# Run example
$ cd examples/get-started
$ yarn
$ yarn start

Contributions welcomes contributions. If you have an idea, open a Github issue to get some feedback before you start implementing, to make sure that the maintainers are ready to accept it.

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