Hello SAFE demonstrates a simple SAFE app, written in Rust using the Yew framework, deployed as WebAssembly and running in SAFE Browser

Hopefully this is helpful to others. If it can be improved in any way I invite you to reply here or in the repo.

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Hi @latch Looking forward to seeing how this works but I’m getting a blank page when I try to view it in the browser (latest Alpha). Container url = safe://hnyynyzzmz8nqq8gsrrbyk76hhkdxommfejhko461fe4kssfhzcm9q3czabnc
Ubuntu 19.10

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@JPL

My mistake. I should have mentioned that this requires https://github.com/maidsafe/safe_browser/releases/tag/v0.16.0-alpha.2. As no binaries were published with that release you’ll need to build them yourself. When doing so I followed the first set of Build steps and then ran yarn package. I have only tested with a local vault.

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That explains a lot…
Been trying to figure out what I was doing wrong…

Can you update the pre-reqs in the OP please?

Off to build that alpha.2 now.

If you already have built it check out
safe://hnyynyws66txhk1e4p8cg5joqgq8e6tdkhn3sqgzny3fhcfpkggs8muf91bnc

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@southside

Done.

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FYI The release is up now: https://github.com/maidsafe/safe_browser/releases/tag/v0.16.0-alpha.2

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Seems to work fine on the shared vault with the 16alpha.2 release :slight_smile:

Cheers @latch Thanks for the release @joshuef :slight_smile:

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@southside

Thanks, I’ve updated the project.

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