Cacioweb demo

Extending a little bit on Mario’s explanations, I installed a live demo of the cacio-web. Following this link will open up a simple Java Notepad (the one included as demo in OpenJDK) in your browser, without utilizing any browser plugin, in other words, only using HTML and JavaScript on the client end. The actual JVM is running on the server. Notice that the file operations and System.exit() are blocked by the security manager, otherwise you would be able to mess with my server 🙂

Link to Notepad demo

The above should run in most modern browsers, including iPad and several phone browsers. Have fun!



7 Responses to Cacioweb demo

  1. Jeroen Frijters says:

    Hi Roman,

    The link doesn’t work.


  2. Jeroen Frijters says:

    It’s pretty awesome!

  3. Clemens Eisserer says:

    Sad – the remaining focus issues seem to make it quite unuseable.
    I cant enter text, nore use the menus :/

  4. bjb says:

    From my understanding, you are sending rasterized images to the client painted using a canvas.

    If so, do you know anybody that has tried to get a JSON Java2D+Toolkit implementation to send drawing primitive to the canvas (= not the rasterized but raw primitives) ?

    In such a context, will cacio help in any way?

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