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Videos

[1] UI and features presentation, 2018

[2] Tech stack presentation: Waltz (ex. TangoWebapp) + Tango REST + Tango Controls, 2017

[3] Waltz Workshop@DESY, 2019, part I

[4] Waltz Workshop@DESY, 2019, part II

[5] Waltz Workshop@DESY, 2019, part III

[6] Integrating React based widget into Waltz

Slides

[1] TangoWebapp Insights, 32 Tango Users meeting, 2018

Live demo

To run the live demo click on the image

User: tango-cs Pass: tango

Getting started

  1. Execute docker-compose.yml using docker-compose i.e. docker-compose up
  2. Open browser and navigate to http://localhost:8080/waltz
  3. Login using tango-cs/tango
  4. Explore Tango Controls via Waltz...

Developer requirements

  • Tango Controls environment (tested on Tango 9.3+)
  • Tango REST Server that supports API spec version v1.1 (tested on rest-server-2.1)
  • User-Context
  • Web server that can handle .war files (tested on Apache Tomcat 8+)

Build

This project uses npm and webpack for high level build operations:

$> npm install
$> npm run build

Extra parameters may ne passed to ant script to define default Tango REST API endpoint and/or Tango host:

$> REST_API_PROTOCOL=[http|https] REST_API_HOST=[ip/fqdn] REST_API_PORT=[e.g. 10001]  \
   TANGO_HOST=[ip/fqdn] TANGO_PORT=[e.g. 10000] \
   npm run build

Implementation details

  • Webix is used for UI
  • CodeMirror is used for scripting console
  • Plotly is used to display plots and images

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