[openstack-dev] [Ironic][Horizon][Tuskar-ui] Making a dashboard for Ironic‏

Michael Krotscheck krotscheck at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 15:56:07 UTC 2015

Hey there!

Yes, we are duplicating effort. I've spent quite a bit of effort over the
past few months landing features inside openstack that will make it
possible for a JavaScript client to be imported to horizon as a dependency.
This includes CORS, configuration, caching, infra tooling, etc, with the
end goal being a maximum amount of code reusability between the standalone
UI and Horizon. While it may not appear that way, I _am_ actively working
on this project, though I'm currently focused on javascript infrastructure
tooling and oslo middleware than the ironic webclient itself.

With Horizon also moving towards an angular application, I feel it makes
far more sense to build components for the "new" Horizon than the old one.


On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 9:02 PM NiuZhenguo <niuzhenguoing at hotmail.com>

> hi folks,
> I'm planning to propose a new horizon plugin ironic-dashboard to fill the
> gap that ironic doesn't have horizon support. I know there's a nodes panel
> on "infrastructure" dashboard handled by tuskar-ui, but it's specifically
> geared towards TripleO. Ironic needs a separate dashboard to present an
> interface for querying and managing ironic's resources (Drivers, Nodes, and
> Ports).
> After discussion with the ironic community, I pushed an ironic-dashboard
> project to stackforge [1].
> Also there's an existing JS UI for ironic in developing now [2], we may
> try to resolve the same goals, but as an integrated openstack project,
> there's clear needs to have horizon support.
> I'd like to get what's your suggestion, thanks in advance.
> [1] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/191131/
> [2] https://github.com/krotscheck/ironic-webclient
> Regards
> -zhenguo
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