Thanks Tom, I'll check it out...
On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 2:44 PM, Sgouros, Thomas <thomas_sgou...@brown.edu>
> Hi All:
> I had a pretty bad time trying to put together the bones of a ParaViewWeb
> client and server, so have taken a few crusts of bread and gone back to try
> to leave a trail of crumbs that others can follow.
> Please find a working simple example at:
> It doesn't do much, but it works over here, and has some instructions that
> I hope will be of service to the next person trying to follow this trail.
> For the experts out there: it would be great if you wanted to look this
> over and tell me what could be improved to make it a better illustration of
> best practices. Even better if you want to make such suggestions in the
> form of pull requests.
> For example I can't seem to make all the warnings go away for the npm
> install, and I'm not sure whether the RPC protocol only transmits strings
> or whether type conversions can happen on the client side. Nor am I sure
> that the pvwclient is made available in the smoothest possible way, and so
> on. Your contributions are welcome.
> Thank you,
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