- What is Wok?
- Browser Support
- Linux Support
- Getting started
- Contributing to Wok Project
What is Wok?
Wok is a cherrypy-based web framework with HTML5 support originated from Kimchi. It can be extended by plugins which expose functionality through REST APIs.
Wok runs through wokd daemon.
Wok and its plugins can run in any web browser that supports HTML5. The Kimchi community (responsible for Wok project) makes an effort to test it with the latest versions of Chrome and Firefox browsers, but the following list can be used as reference to browser support.
Desktop Browser Support:
- Internet Explorer: Current version
- Chrome: Current version
- Firefox: Current version
- Safari: Current version
- Opera: Current version
Mobile Browser Support:
- Safari iOS: Current version
- Android Browser Current version
Wok might run on any GNU/Linux distribution that meets the conditions described on the 'Getting Started' section below.
The Kimchi community (responsible for Wok project) makes an effort to test it with the latest versions of Fedora, RHEL, openSUSE, and Ubuntu.
In order to have Wok running as expected in your system, please make sure to have all the dependencies installed before building Wok or starting up the wokd service.
Build and Install
$ ./autogen.sh --system $ make # Optional if running from the source tree $ sudo make install
Starting up Wok
$ sudo python src/wokd
To access Wok, please, connect your browser to https://localhost:8001.
Contributing to Wok Project
There are a lof of ways to contribute to the Wok Project:
- Issues can be reported at Github
- Patches are always welcome! Please, follow these instructions on how to send patches to the mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Find more information about Wok Project at https://github.com/kimchi-project/wok/wiki