- add some content that kind of works (at least for me)
- provide setup instructions for linux (Debian, RHEL) for Java (just sources? talk about windows subsystem)
- provide steps to validate your install works well
- validate build instructions
- Install the dev-kit (where should we put it? is there a standard toolset for making linux java binaries? maven thing)
- outline expectations for the demo and the password stuff
- sort out users social join
Due to sillyness, there is a jar checked into the repo, so you can skip down to using the devkit. However, you do need Java 11 installed.
With Java 11 and Maven installed, you can then run the Adama build script. The following Python script builds Adama:
The build script will create
demo/devkit.jar which is the jar.
A fast way to familiarize yourself with Adama is to run the demo. Since the devkit is just an HTTP server, you can run the server within the demo directory using the following commands:
To help familiarize yourself with the devkit, it allows any username with the password 'pw' to authenticate. These credentials allow you to easily get started, and you can use a multi-tab container to manage multiple users.
In the future, Adama will have multiple users managed within iframes, but this requires changes to design.