The DURAARK WorkbenchUI is the graphical web application for working with the DURAARK System.
A description and user manual can be found in the report D2.5 Software prototype v2, Section 4.2.
The service depends on a DURAARK Service Platform endpoint. The official one is located at http://mimas.cgv.tugraz.at and serves the current stable API in v0.7.0. An environment variable sets the API endpoint when starting the WorkbenchUI (see 'docker-compose.yml' file, where the environment variable is set).
This service is used by the
The following instructions will deploy the SailsJS-based service which exports a REST API.
The deployment is tested on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Other Linux distribution should work too, but are not tested. Docker and Docker Compose are used for installation and have to be installed on the system you want to deploy the DURAARK system on. The following instructions assume that Docker and Docker Compose are installed on working on the system. See the above links on how to install them for various platforms. Git has to be installed, too.
It is also possible to install DURAARK on Windows and Mac users via the Docker Toolbox. Installing Docker Compose on windows is possible, but seems to be a bit of a hurdle. See this Stackoverflow answer for details.
Our recommended stack is to install DURAARK on a Docker-compatible Linux system or to use VirtualBox to install a Linux virtual machine on your Windows host.
On the host you want to deploy the service execute the following steps (assuming that Docker and Docker Compose are installed and working):
> git clone https://github.com/DURAARK/workbench-ui.git > cd workbench-ui > docker-compose up -d
To setup the environment follow these steps:
> git clone https://github.com/DURAARK/workbench-ui.git > cd workbench-ui > npm install && bower install > docker-compose -f devenv-compose.yml build > docker-compose -f devenv-compose.yml up -d
This will build the dockerized development environment. After building the docker container is started and you can access the service at http://localhost:4200. Changing the source code will live reload the container.
Run npm test in the src folder.
We are hosting a public API endpoint at
which also provides API documentation for the current stable version.