HTML5 UI using Franca and Websockets.

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siddhartha v

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Jan 22, 2019, 11:43:05 PM1/22/19
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Hi sir,

   As you said I read about the Franca for HTML5 concepts. But as I am not exposed to java coding and all i couldn't get how to write the JUnit test cases in the scenarios: 1. client JS, server node.js so i opted the scenario 2. client JS, server CommonAPI C++.

  (It will help me if I get how to work with respwct the scenarios: 1. client JS, server node.js with any simple example available for reference.)

  In Scenario 2 I referred,



later for Wamp tools I referred,



But here they have mentioned that that the run-time library version matches the code generator version. But I couldn't find the version info any of the above link.

Right now, 
I have written the simple helloworld .fidl code and generated the client side codes (proxy.js  and  client blueprint.js) from Franca 13. Here my doubt is should I use that blueprint.js file itself as the client side js file or should I create new .js file actually how to proceed next? And also I have installed all the prerequisites for the wamp run-time but for the run-time and for code generator installation I couldn't find the info. how should I proceed next. 


Do I get any example along with the steps  to refer for Franca with HTML5 concept please.


I kindly request you to guide me on this please.




Thanks,
Siddhartha V

siddhartha v

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Feb 20, 2019, 11:35:55 PM2/20/19
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hi ,

  Can anybody please help me on this. its been a month I am waiting please help me on this. kind request.




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Siddhartha V

siddhartha v

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Feb 21, 2019, 12:28:31 AM2/21/19
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please tell me how to use the code generaotrs for server side and using of wamp tools no info is available anywghere. so please help me on this.

Klaus Birken

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Feb 22, 2019, 4:50:24 AM2/22/19
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Hi,


There is also a README in that folder, which explains how to use the generators and run the examples. Pls be aware that you have to use a Linux system, the communication infrastructure and the examples have been tested on Ubuntu 14.04.

Additional question: Do you want to run the CommonAPI Wamp Tools C++ code generator on command line or build the generator on your own?

Regards,
Klaus

Klaus Birken

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Feb 22, 2019, 4:58:01 AM2/22/19
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Forgot to mention: Pls find detailed information on how to build and run the runtime part in the capicxx-wamp-runtime companion project, here is a link: https://github.com/GENIVI/capicxx-wamp-runtime

siddhartha v

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Feb 22, 2019, 10:27:05 AM2/22/19
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Hi,
   >> hi sir, thank you so much for the info given.
    >> No sir I didn't find this link till now thank you for sharing this.

There is also a README in that folder, which explains how to use the generators and run the examples. Pls be aware that you have to use a Linux system, the communication infrastructure and the examples have been tested on Ubuntu 14.04.
   >>Ok sir, Even I am working i linux only using ubuntu 18.04 will try this.

Additional question: Do you want to run the CommonAPI Wamp Tools C++ code generator on command line or build the generator on your own?
  >> yes sir, I need to run the CommonAPI Wamp Tools C++ code generator on command line. I am not getting how to run it to generate the header files please help me on this.

https://genivi.github.io/capicxx-wamp-tools/standalone/   this is the link I found where I can only download the generator (hope I am not wrong), please let me know if I am doing anything wrong please.

 
Thanks,
Siddhartha V

Gunnar GMail

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Feb 22, 2019, 12:00:51 PM2/22/19
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On Fri, 2019-02-22 at 07:27 -0800, siddhartha v wrote:

[...]

> Additional question: Do you want to run the CommonAPI Wamp Tools C++ code
> generator on command line or build the generator on your own?
> >> yes sir, I need to run the CommonAPI Wamp Tools C++ code generator on
> command line. I am not getting how to run it to generate the header files
> please help me on this.

It should be written in the README, but you can start with this:
https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+run+jar+file

> https://genivi.github.io/capicxx-wamp-tools/standalone/ this is the link
> I found where I can only download the generator (hope I am not wrong),
> please let me know if I am doing anything wrong please.

It is correct.

Hope this helps,

>
> Thanks,
> Siddhartha V
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siddhartha v

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Feb 22, 2019, 12:12:01 PM2/22/19
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thank you  sir. will look into it.
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Thanks and Regards.
Siddhartha V.
 

siddhartha v

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Feb 25, 2019, 3:57:17 AM2/25/19
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Thank you now i could generate the header filed from the .fidl file by using the wamp code generator.

 in work directory I found 
runRESTClient.sh
runServer.sh

 Do they generate when we  run make> cmake  commands?

Klaus Birken

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Mar 8, 2019, 2:01:53 AM3/8/19
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Hi,

you will need the scripts to actually run the example(s). It is all explained in the README here:  https://github.com/GENIVI/capicxx-wamp-tools/tree/master/org.genivi.commonapi.wamp.examples

Regards,
Klaus

siddhartha v

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Mar 8, 2019, 8:41:03 AM3/8/19
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 hi sir thank you for the info.

 in work directory I found 
runRESTClient.sh
runServer.sh

 Do they generate when we  run make> cmake  commands?

Klaus Birken

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Apr 13, 2019, 12:55:52 PM4/13/19
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Those files are not generated, they are hand-written.

Regards,
Klaus
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