[DAS] Dalliance: a new genome DAS client
lincoln.stein at gmail.com
Tue Aug 3 19:51:56 UTC 2010
That's really really nice!
On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 3:41 PM, Thomas Down <thomas.a.down at gmail.com> wrote:
> As some of you already know, I've been experimenting recently with a
> web-based DAS client for genomic data. It's still in
> a unashamedly prototypical state (in particular, some of the popups and
> configuration stuff is outright clunky, and we know it!), but we're
> to find it quite useful, and would be interested to receive more feedback.
> So if you're curious, you can try it here:
> It's a fully-fledged DAS/1.53 client (with a few bits of DAS/1.6, and
> hopefully rather more coming soon), but has one major caveat: since it's
> which servers it can connect to. Specifically, it will only work with DAS
> servers that implement the W3C cross-origin resource sharing model (which
> has been discussed on this list before, but drop me a line if you've got
> questions). What does this mean in practice? If you're adding datasources
> from the registry, things are simple because Dalliance will only allow you
> to add CORS-enabled sources (a huge thanks to Jonathan Warren for adding
> some support for this in the registry). If you run your own DAS servers
> don't list them in the registry, you'll need to check for CORS
> yourself. The latest versions of Proserver and Dazzle should both be okay.
> All comments, suggestions, and bug reports are welcome!
> Thomas Down.
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Lincoln D. Stein
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