Moving the WebUI to Vue; Repo vs Branch
gmills at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Thu Jan 16 04:54:51 AEDT 2020
On 1/8/2020 3:48 PM, Gunnar Mills wrote:
> Just following back up on this after the holidays. :)
> On 12/18/2019 10:00 AM, Gunnar Mills wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> This is a follow on to previous discussions of moving the GUI away
>> from AngularJS and to a new framework, Vue, that was discussed on the
>> list and in the GUI design workgroup meeting.
>> The team here had some questions about Vue and wanted to answer some
>> of our and the community concerns about moving to Vue, so over the
>> last few weeks, our team has spent time working on a Vue prototype.
>> If you are interested, https://github.com/gtmills/phosphor-webui-vue
>> This prototype has a few working panels and builds with the current
>> webui recipe,
>> IBM is committed to moving the WebUI to Vue.
>> Is anyone opposed to moving to Vue?
>> Should this work be done in a separate repo?
>> Or a separate branch in phosphor-webui, that would be merged into the
>> master branch once this Vue rewrite becomes functionally equivalent
>> to the current AngularJS application?
>> Would anyone stay on the current AngularJS application?
>> We plan to maintain the current AngularJS application until the Vue
>> rewrite becomes functionally equivalent, would anyone maintain the
>> AngularJS application after such a time?
> I think a new repository is the safest bet here.
> Anyone opposed to a new repo for the webui vue rewrite?
> Possible names:
Brad, could you create this repo?
webui-vue as a possible name but up for other suggestions.
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