A previous blog post explained in detail how to install a web service adapter on Araport (see Installing a web service adapter on Araport). Here we will go through the process of installing a web service adapter and then making sure that it has been properly installed. The example adapter will have some errors so it doesn't install properly at first. We will use 'curl' commands within a Unix terminal to accomplish this task.
This blog tracks us as we install an Araport web service. We will use the Adama command line interface. We will install a web service adapter that still needs work but is ready for testing. We will mostly use 'curl' commands within a unix terminal.
Araport has a new Science Apps loader. This update lifts the three-file restriction on Science Apps projects. Previously, app developers were restricted to editing three files: app.html, app.css, and app.js. The new Science Apps infrastructure accepts more user content, making it easier for developers to port existing applications to Araport. Now, the apps directory may contain arbitrary content including code, data, and images. Now, developers declare their files in an araport-app.json file.