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How to build Alljoyn.js?

asked 2014-10-31 09:47:47 -0700

Is there any documentation about how to build Alljoyn.js (the one that is advertised as; "AllJoyn.js is a deep integration of the AllJoyn Thin Core Library (AJTCL) and base services with Duktape ( www.duktape.org)") ?

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answered 2014-11-03 16:39:32 -0700

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updated 2014-11-03 16:40:40 -0700

Although this link takes you to building on a RPi the same steps will work on a linux instance, windows, or mac once you setup the tool chain like scons etc. https://wiki.allseenalliance.org/develop/building_and_running#raspberry_pi_-_alljoyn-js Once you get the software compiled you can use this information to run some of the samples: https://wiki.allseenalliance.org/develop/hackfests/alljoyn-js

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Thank you for your guidance, I can able to build Alljoyn.js. But how can I build the Console Service (the one placed at alljoyn-js/console ) on a RPI ?

fl0ck ( 2014-11-05 01:23:41 -0700 )edit
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answered 2014-11-05 12:53:47 -0700

Greg.Burns gravatar image

It should be possible to build the console on the RPI by following the instructions for Linux to build the AllJoyn standard library and then the console application. But I am wondering why you want to do this. The best place to run the console is on a desktop PC or notebook. It uses AllJoyn to communicate with the running AllJoyn.js application on the PRI and allows for over-the-air installation of new scripts and debugging using alert and print function calls in the JS code and direct inspection of JS objects.

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Great comment thank you for your advise, I guess I miss understand the remote console service. Thank you for your advice.

fl0ck ( 2014-11-06 01:51:08 -0700 )edit
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