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From Alex Heneveld <>
Subject Re: A proposal of a new Apache Brooklyn GUI
Date Wed, 01 Jul 2015 09:50:56 GMT

Hi Adrian-


+1 to Angular and Material Design

Re the Swagger point, this is probably a few days' work to swap out the 
1.0 + custom with 2.0.  And it's something I'd love to see happen.  
"ron" in the IRC works on Swagger and has offered to help.


On 01/07/2015 10:42, Adrián Nieto Pérez wrote:
> Hello to all:
> I’m Adrian, currently a dev of SeaClouds Project in University of 
> Málaga. As some kind of Apache Brooklyn Summer of Code me and maybe 
> some of my colleges have planned to develop a new GUI for Brooklyn. 
> The intention is to use AngularJS and Material Design Guidelines 
> ( to improve Brooklyn UX.
> I have two concerns before starting this project during August. One of 
> them is if you are currently planning to develop a Dashboard (I found 
> some commits on GH about a mobile version of the Brooklyn GUI). The 
> other one is I would like to use a library to interact with Brooklyn 
> API (for example, 
> but I wasn’t able to find one compatible with swagger 1.0 (which is 
> already deprecated). Do you have plans to upgrade swagger to V2?
> Also I’m aware that you plan to develop a drag and drop editor, I will 
> try to follow the conversation about this designer which should be 
> part of the new dashboard. I think that if it’s developed as an 
> standalone library which outputs YAML from a visual topology it will 
> be enough to let me develop an Angular Directive over your code (we 
> currently do this on SeaClouds Project with 
> minute 1.30).
> Anyway before starting to code a new dashboard the swagger thing is 
> mandatory IMO. But i'm afraid that my knowledge about Brooklyn & 
> Swagger will not be enough to try to upgrade it by my own. Also 
> upgrading Swagger probably will break the current JSGUI so maybe the 
> best way to work is update Brooklyn in a branch which will let me to 
> work on the new GUI.
> What do you think guys?
> Thank you very much.

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