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From "arshad khan (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (REEF-1159) A Web UI for the Driver
Date Wed, 09 Mar 2016 14:36:40 GMT


arshad khan commented on REEF-1159:

 Hello everyone,

                        My name is Arshad Khan, I am a second year student pursuing B.Tech.
in Information Technology from Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, New Delhi. I am
currently doing internship as an Front-end and UX developer at Broomberg Cleaning Services,New

I have been learning and doing work with web development languages like HTML, CSS ,PHP, JQuerry
and JavaScript since my first year of engineering and worked as a part of user experience
team of several community projects. I have great interest in designing and front-end architecture.

I have worked as a graphic designer for various technical societies of my college.As a  graphic
designer, I have learned a lot about typography and color schemes.I have working knowledge
of Java(CS 106A), C, photoshop and illustrator too.

I am really very excited  for this project because I think I have the skills that are required
for this project. Most importantly, it will be undoubtedly great learning experience for me.

Personal Website:
Broomberg Services:
Graphic designs:

Best regards,
Arshad Khan

> A Web UI for the Driver
> -----------------------
>                 Key: REEF-1159
>                 URL:
>             Project: REEF
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Markus Weimer
>              Labels: GSOC, gsoc2016, web
> We run a web server in nearly every REEF Driver. However, that web server is used almost
exclusively for REST API endpoints. It would be amazing to also host a Web UI there, that
allows the user access to REEF-level information, including:
>   * The log files of the Driver
>   * The number of events received of the various types.
>   * Uptime, time to allocation, ... whatever statistics we keep.
> Further, just like the REST endpoint, the UI should be extensible such that services
and user code in the Driver can register with it. For example, the name service could expose
a page listing its current entries.

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