[IPython-dev] experiment - remote execution of jquery and d3 code into the browser via ipython

fawce fawce@quantopian....
Mon Mar 19 08:22:42 CDT 2012


holy mackerel that's awesome!

Can you elaborate on the callback issue? Wondering why you can't pass in a callback that just makes a ws call internally.

On Mar 19, 2012, at 8:13 AM, hugo wrote:

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> Thought you might be interested in something I've experimented with over the past few days.
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> https://github.com/hhuuggoo/pushd3/blob/master/demopush.ogv
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> I wanted to see how well this concept would work, I set up remote execution of code in the browser by creating an RPC interface around zeromq messages which get forwarded into websockets, and then I forwarded d3 and jquery operations to the browser.  It works fine if your arguments are all json serializable, however d3 is heavily reliant on passing callbacks, and I don't have a good way to do that.
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> Anyways, here it is.  This is separate from the ipython notebook, I have a separate gevent based zeromq web socket forwarder that I've also been playing around with which I am using here.
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