Yes I want something ludique and fun so even my child or my grandma can share there ideas in RDF/turtle format. @jeffz
Thxs , as you know nothing would be possible without your solid-file-client , and all advices found in this forum. Thxs everyone !
I had a quick play and using the links in the ‘dashboard’ most of the ones under ‘Exemples JSON OK’ work, but I wasn’t able to import from my public folder.
I tried the dialog with ‘https://thewebalyst.solid.community/public/’ and also loading the URI https://scenaristeur.github.io/spoggy-simple/?source=https://thewebalyst.solid.community/public/ but both give an errror:
fetch errror TypeError: NetworkError when attempting to fetch resource.https://thewebalyst.solid.community/public/
… which from the console seems to be the usual CORS problem:
Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://thewebalyst.solid.community/public/. (Reason: CORS request did not succeed).
Anyway, I like the visualisation. One of the things I’m interested in is interacting with data through the visual UI. I see you have some ways to build the graphic.
Moving query and edit interactions directly into the GUI (drag and drop, click to edit in place, right click for actions and properties etc.) is a lot of work but transforms usability and productivity so wonder if anyone is thinking along those lines?
I was using Firefox and it doesn’t matter if I’m logged in or not - same error. However, with Chromium it works, although the graphical area is a bit narrow (like your image).
Yes, right-click is useful for actions. We used to use it for queries (eg. ‘expand’ would reveal links around the clicked entity so you could explore data interactively). Also drag and drop of icons from a palette. Shift-drag to link from one entity to another. Entry of text for labels directly onto the chart etc. Double click to edit properties and so on.
For the moment, ‘expand’ interaction can be done
by double-click (or double-tap on touchscreen) on a node, and so until a file node, and when there are to much ‘navigation nodes’ , they can be collapsed in a red star with the ‘navigation button’ in the bottom middle, dble-click on the red star re-expand the navigation.
The only way I found to get a CORS error is running the app in local without a webserver, opening the file:///C:/Users/Smag/Documents/dev/spoggy-simple/index.html?source=https://thewebalyst.solid.community/public from the filesystem like that :
Yes, using the link you posted I still get the same error, and I tried clearing the browser cache but it made no difference (with FF 67.0.1 (64-bit)).
It may be related to a plugin I suppose, but I don’t have time to got through them atm. Maybe see if anyone else has an issue, although I think most are still using Chrome (though I don’t understand why given the interest in privacy on this forum!).
There’s no means for a web app to access SAFE from outside the network atm. You need to be running on SAFE or accessing it directly (via API in Browser or libraries). What I’m doing is providing versions of Solid libraries that make the app think it is talking to the Solid API but which go instead to the SAFE APIs.
The issue with Spoggy is that SAFE Browser has a problem with anything that uses jQuery (issue #903).
I got Solid IDE working yesterday, still in testing, so am making progress but I’m going to wait on Maifsafe over the jQuery issue. Once that is sorted out it should be fairly easy to get working, fingers crossed. Spoggy will make a great demo as well as being useful, so I’ll definitely come back to it.
A cool feature of Solid IDE is that it has the Kitchen Sink feature. To pull up the menu simply scroll your mouse onto the editor, you will see the text curser go from solid to blinking, press command and the comma (,) keys and you will see the kitchen sink feature pop up. All kinds of goodies in there.