i have now worked with ioFog for about 6 months for my master thesis. Now that I’m done with it, I just wanted to give you a quick feedback.
A good documentation and an appealing website were the main reasons for me to use ioFog as a platform. You made it really easy to build a simple application scenario. Keep it up !
Also you will get help with any questions you might have, which I think is incredibly important. Slack-Channel and Forum are a good combination.
I am completely satisfied and would always recommend iofog !
I think I have already talked a lot in the forum and also in the Slack Channel I was annoyed from time to time
While debugging and fixing bugs in my work I noticed a few points that I want to throw in quickly.
The name of the controller seems to be absolutely irrelevant for the Connect function or ?
iofogcl connect --name WhatEverYOuWant ..nevertheless this name must be present.
If I develop a service and want to start it but there is no application for it. If the service cannot be
launched. Maybe a query or even the direct creation of the application would be better.
I have already mentioned it in the slack channel and maybe it is already under construction
An agent can not be deleted if it still has running services. So the services have to be deleted manually, which leads to an enormous effort if you have multiple agents and multiple services.
Thanks a lot I will keep an eye on you !
I’m not sure if I’m allowed to publish my work, I’m still checking that. Then I will create a post for it.
Simply put: My job was to provide ioFog (and some other things) to a new developer.
I wrote a plugin for the development environment IntelliJ IDEA, which allows to execute the basic commands of iofogctl directly via buttons and dialogs.