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From Chester Chen <ches...@alpinenow.com>
Subject Re: Integrate spark-shell into officially supported web ui/api plug-in? What do you think?
Date Fri, 27 Jun 2014 22:18:19 GMT
I am more interested to use Scala.js as the front-end and just use Spark as
the back-end.

I thought that would be more than simply a spark-shell on browser. Similar
to ipython that would allows user to interact with other plotting libraries
in the browser such as D3 etc.

Chester


On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 1:24 PM, Peng Cheng <pc175@uow.edu.au> wrote:

> This will be handy for demo and quick prototyping as the command-line REPL
> doesn't support a lot of editor features, also, you don't need to ssh into
> your worker/master if your client is behind an NAT wall. Since Spark
> codebase has a minimalistic design philosophy I don't think this component
> can make into the main repository. However it can be an independent project
> that is also supported by the community (like Solr/ElasticSearch to Lucene)
>
> I've reviewed and tested a few REPL web ui including:
> - Scala-notebook: https://github.com/Bridgewater/scala-notebook
> - Tinsmiths: https://github.com/kouphax/tinsmith
> - IScala: https://github.com/mattpap/IScala
> - Codebrew: https://codebrew.io/
>
> however they are either too heavyweight, or their ILoop is buried very deep
> (sometimes even in another library). I'm interested in working on this
> part,
> has anyone experimented on similar solution before?
>
> Yours Peng
>
>
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