registry-image-widgets

0.0.17 • Public • Published

Registry Image Widgets

This provides rendering of Image and ImageStream objects as found in the Openshift Kubernetes distribution and related Registry. If these types of objects make their way into upstream Kubernetes, we should adapt the widgets here for rendering them.

Disclaimer

This is an early implementation and is subject to change.

Getting Started

The image widgets are provided in the registry-image-widgets bower package.

To get the registry-image-widgets bower component in another project, run:

bower install registry-image-widgets --save

To see a simple running example git clone this repo and run

npm install
bower install
python -m SimpleHTTPServer &
firefox http://localhost:8000

This will install any required dependencies necessary to run the index.html demo.

Usage

Include the JS and CSS files, after angularjs and d3:

<script src="bower_components/angular/angular.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular/angular-gettext.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/momentjs/moment.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/registry-image-widgets/dist/images.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="bower_components/registry-image-widgets/dist/images.css" />

Make sure your angular app / module includes registryUI.images as a module dependency.

angular.module('exampleApp', ['registryUI.images'])

Now include the terminal in your HTML. You must already have a pod resource, or a string URL in the current scope you pass to the terminal for its initialization.

<registry-image-body image="image_resource" names="names_array" settings="settings">
</registry-image-body>

Documentation

&image

Required. A javascript object Image or ImageStreamImage resource.

&names

Optional. A list of qualified names (imagestream/image) this image goes by.

&settings

An optional javascript object with settings controlling the display. If settings.registry is set then commands for pulling the image from the a docker registry will be displayed. The host field is used to show the relevant host.

Styling

See images.css for an example default look and feel.

Contributing

Before committing any changes run the webpack task to make sure files have been updated, and include the updated file in your commit.

Testing

To install test dependencies, run npm install.

To run tests use karma start. This will run the test suite once with results displayed. Other options are available, such as --no-single-run to have tests run continuously with each file change (convenient for test development).

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