components/prompts.js
components/resizers.js
components/tooltips.js
components/tree.js
components/widgets.js
components/window.js
config.js
dist/svg-intersections.js
env.js
events/Event.js
events/EventDispatcher.js
events/html-drop-handler.js
events/KeyHandler.js
events/Keys.js
events/KillRing.js
events/TextInput.js
fabrik.js
halo/drag-guides.js
halo/layout.js
halo/morph.js
halo/vertices.js
html-morph.js
ide/css/mode.js
ide/editor-modes.js
ide/editor-plugin.js
ide/html/checker.js
ide/html/editor-plugin.js
ide/html/js-beautify-html.1.6.15.js
ide/html/mode.js
ide/html/navigator.js
ide/html/parse5.browserified.js
ide/js/browser/commands.js
ide/js/browser/index.js
ide/js/checker.js
ide/js/commands.js
ide/js/completers.js
ide/js/editor-plugin.js
ide/js/eval-backend-ui.js
ide/js/inspector.js
ide/js/mode.js
ide/js/navigator.js
ide/js/snippets.js
ide/js/workspace.js
ide/json/checker.js
ide/json/editor-plugin.js
ide/shell/shell-interface.js
ide/styling/color-palette.js
ide/styling/color-picker.js
ide/styling/gradient-editor.js
ide/styling/style-popover.js
ide/test-runner.js
ide/themes/default.js
ide/value-widgets.js
ide/xml/mode.js
index.js
CodeDefTreeData
Browser
[lively.morphic] ide/js/browser/index.js (register format)
import { Color, rect , LinearGradient, pt, Rectangle } from "lively.graphics" ;
import { arr, Path , obj, fun, promise , string } from "lively.lang";
import { connect, disconnect , noUpdate } from "lively.bindings" ;
import { morph, StyleSheet , show, Label, HorizontalLayout , GridLayout,
DropDownList, config, Window } from "lively.morphic" ;
import InputLine from "../../../text/input-line.js";
import JSONEditorPlugin from "lively.morphic/ide/json/editor-plugin.js";
import { HorizontalResizer } from "lively.morphic/components/resizers.js";
import { Icon } from "lively.morphic/components/icons.js";
import JavaScriptEditorPlugin from "../editor-plugin.js";
import EvalBackendChooser from "../eval-backend-ui.js";
import browserCommands from "./commands.js";
import { Tree, TreeData } from "lively.morphic/components/tree.js"

import "mocha-es6/index.js";

run tests
local
browser - [lively.morphic] ide/js/browser/index.js
// Simultaneously, the user can interactively experiment and explore a selected service, in order to get a feel for the module's behavior and or start coding an actual application
javascript workspace
local
3. Editing a Service
Running services are essentially like objects with behavior and can be evolved and updated ar runtime. Your changes take immedia effect regardless nof where you deployment actually resides. Lively.node handles everything in the background for you.
4. Dynamic Deployment
Each Service can be debugged with a built in debugger, that allows to change source code while stepping through the execution.
Visual, Dynamic Mashup and Deployment of Node.js Applications.
Add new Service
1. Services
Each dependency in the node.js project is representd by a visual tile.
The user can manage each depency by interacting with the tile. This includes version switching, or deploying the dependcy on a separate service.
docker-node [1.0.0] Wrapper for common noe operations to be performed inside a docker container.
get-docker-socket [1.0.0] A cross-platform way to get path to docker socket
docker-build-run-push [3.0.0] npm scripts to automate working with docker images.
hubot-docker [1.0.0] Hubot script for managing docker containers
npmtest-docker-events [0.0.1] #### basic test coverage for [docker-events (v0.0.2)](https://github.com/deoxxa/docker-events) [![npm package](https://img.shields.io/npm/v/npmtest-docker-events.svg?style=flat-square)](https://www.npmjs.org/package/npmtest-docker-events) [![travis-ci.o
docker-image-parser [1.0.0] Parse a docker image into repository /tag segments
docker-cloud-api [0.0.0] A Node.js wrapper for Docker Cloud API.
docker-hub-client [0.0.1] A Docker Hub client based on Node.js
norma-docker [0.0.6] Docker package for Norma build tool
prettify-docker-logs [0.0.1] Pretty output docker logs json file
2. Adding a new Service
When creating a new service, you can pick from all available public npm modules. Nodetalk handles all the installation and initialization required for you.