Online application with openFrameworks

Probably this is a stupid question.

Is it possible to make an openFrameworks application to work on the web?

I’d like to build a sort of audio sequencer application and put it online. I know that it would be better to use some interpretated language, but what if one would like to use openFramework?

Hello

You can’t run the openframeworks compiled application in a internetbrowser, which i suppose is your goal by saying putting it on web. But processing can do it. Because it is Java it can make a applet for a internetbrowser with Java (and most modern computers have Java).

[quote author=“halfdanj”]Hello

You can’t run the openframeworks compiled application in a internetbrowser, which i suppose is your goal by saying putting it on web. But processing can do it. Because it is Java it can make a applet for a internetbrowser with Java (and most modern computers have Java).[/quote]

Yes, I knew about Proessing and I saw some applications running on the web, but I wanted to learn openFrameworks :\

I’ll see. Thanks anyway.

Even if it’s not directly supported, you can write a web frontend in any of the regular web languages and have it pass parameters to a console openFrameworks application and then show the results. It would be a less interactive application than might be possible, of course, but it’s a possiblity. Additionally there are web libraries for C++ you could try and embed into openFrameworks, like http://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt

Hey…the witty is super cool…hum…I forgot the thread…but I think someone already pointed out to separate the UI from the logic tier…

But in this way I have to create the interface in another language, not in openFrameworks.

Additionally there are web libraries for C++ you could try and embed into openFrameworks, like http://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt

This seems very cool, I think I’ll try it :smiley:
Thanks for pointing it out.