Creating Science Gateways with GenApp
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GenApp is a tool for rapid deployment of applications. GenApp builds fully functioning applications from collections of definition files and libraries of code fragments. Applications are built over a set of modules, each module performing some computation. GenApp can build to a variety of targets, including local GUI and web based applications. Principles of GenApp include facilitating ease of use by tool, framework and application developers, module wrappers and end users. GenApp is currently being successfully used as the generator of multiple production science gateways. In this tutorial, users will learn the basics of developing applications with GenApp and will create both GUI and web based applications running on a cloud resource over the same set of modules.