WarpStudio in standalone mode

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.

WarpStudio

WarpStudio is our WarpScript Web IDE. It comes as a Warp 10 plugin, but you can deploy it as a standalone Web Server.

You don’t know about WarpStudio? Discover the Web IDE dedicated to Warp 10 and WarpScript in this post.

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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