brain-browser

    1.0.2 • Public • Published

    Brain Browser

    Brain browser is a web-based image viewer for local brain images.

    brain-browser.png npm

    How to install

    You will first need npm, the node package manager, which comes with both node itself and npm. You can install by compiling from source. I would not recommend package managers node/npm as they seem to be out of date (Ubuntu was). Make sure that both node and npm are on your path:

      which npm
      which node
    

    Now you can easily install the brain-browser from the node package manager!

      sudo npm install brain-browser -g
    

    The -g flag indicates a global install, which typically places the executable in /usr/local/bin. To find it:

      which bb
    

    How to run

    When browsing around your brain images, simply type bb to run the executable, and point your browser to

      http://localhost:9099
    

    Additional arguments

    You can specify a port, or to exclude files of a particular type:

    -p, --port <port>        Port to run the file-browser. Default value is 8088
    -e, --exclude <exclude>  File extensions to exclude (for multiple, do -e .js -e .css)
    

    Troubleshooting

      /usr/bin/env: node: No such file or directory
    

    This usually indicates that node cannot be found on your path.

    Install

    npm i brain-browser

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    Version

    1.0.2

    License

    MIT

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    • vsoch