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<!-- Help page -->
<div class="container container-fluid single-main-container brooklyn-help-page">
<div id="help-page">
<div class="help-logo-right"><img width="450" src="./assets/img/bridge.png"/></div>
<h3>Brooklyn Help</h3>
<p>This is the Brooklyn JavaScript web client for the REST API.<br/>
Brooklyn is an Apache-licensed open-source project for deployment and management.
<p>You are currently using Brooklyn Version 0.10.0.</p> <!-- BROOKLYN_VERSION -->
Some useful references include:
<li><a href="">Brooklyn Project web page</a></li>
<li><a href="">Code at Github</a></li>
Note you can observe the REST requests made by the Javascript GUI
through the developers console in many browsers.
Some miscellaneous Brooklyn control options are:
<li><a href="/logout">Log out</a></li>
<li>Shutdown Brooklyn Server: <a href="javascript:postShutdown(true)">stop all apps</a> or <a href="javascript:postShutdown(false)">leave apps running</a></li>
<script type="text/javascript">
function postShutdown(stopAppsFirst) {
if (window.confirm("Really shutdown the Brooklyn server?")) {
data: { stopAppsFirst: stopAppsFirst, shutdownTimeout: 0, requestTimeout: 0 },
success:function (data) {
// unfaded if server restarted, in router.js ServerCautionOverlay
error: function(data) {
// .delay(200).fadeTo(100,0.2)
// .delay(200).fadeTo(200,1)
// TODO render the error better than poor-man's flashing
console.error("ERROR shutting down")
(These are living here until a more appropriate home for them is built.)