WarpStudio is our WarpScript Web IDE. It comes as a Warp 10 plugin but you can deploy it as a standalone Web Server even over HTTPS.
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At first, download the WarpStudio package here.
Now you can run simply it:
java -jar warp10-warpstudio-server.jar
WarpStudio is now running on http://127.0.0.1:8082
You can pass it a properties file as a command line argument:
java -jar warp10-warpstudio-server.jar ws.properties
Accepted properties are:
warpstudio.port = 8082 warpstudio.host = 127.0.0.1 warpstudio.ssl.host = warpstudio.ssl.port = warpstudio.ssl.tcp.backlog = warpstudio.ssl.acceptors = 2 warpstudio.ssl.selectors = 4 warpstudio.ssl.keystore.path = warpstudio.ssl.keystore.password = warpstudio.ssl.cert.alias = warpstudio.ssl.keymanager.password = warpstudio.ssl.idle.timeout =
So, as you can see, you can use a key store to expose WarpStudio over HTTPS.
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