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  8. 3
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      main.js
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# The build artifacts of the jitsi-meet project.
build/*
# ESLint will by default ignore its own configuration file. However, there does
# not seem to be a reason why we will want to risk being inconsistent with our
# remaining JavaScript source code.
!.eslintrc.js

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module.exports = {
'env': {
'browser': true,
'commonjs': true,
'es6': true
},
'extends': 'eslint:recommended',
'globals': {
// The globals that (1) are accessed but not defined within many of our
// files, (2) are certainly defined, and (3) we would like to use
// without explicitly specifying them (using a comment) inside of our
// files.
'__filename': false
},
'parserOptions': {
'ecmaFeatures': {
'experimentalObjectRestSpread': true
},
'sourceType': 'module'
},
'rules': {
'new-cap': [
'error',
{
'capIsNew': false // Behave like JSHint's newcap.
}
],
// While it is considered a best practice to avoid using methods on
// console in JavaScript that is designed to be executed in the browser
// and ESLint includes the rule among its set of recommended rules, (1)
// the general practice is to strip such calls before pushing to
// production and (2) we prefer to utilize console in lib-jitsi-meet
// (and jitsi-meet).
'no-console': 'off',
'semi': 'error'
}
};

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*.swp
.*.tmp
.remote-sync.json
.sync-config.cson
.electron-gyp
.npmrc
.DS_Store
# node.js
#
node_modules/
npm-debug.log

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{
"node": true,
"curly": true,
"latedef": true,
"quotmark": true,
"undef": true,
"unused": true,
"trailing": true
}

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Jitsi Meet Electron
====
Electron application for [Jitsi Meet](https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet).
## Configuration
You can change the Jitsi Meet deployment url with the jitsiMeetURL property
from config.js
## Building the sources
```bash
npm run build
```
## Statring the application
```bash
npm start
```
## Discuss
Please use the [Jitsi dev mailing list](http://lists.jitsi.org/pipermail/dev/) to discuss feature requests before opening an issue on Github.

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module.exports = {
jitsiMeetURL: "https://hristo.jitsi.net/"
};

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# Electron's version.
export npm_config_target=1.4.7
# The architecture of Electron, can be ia32 or x64.
export npm_config_arch=x64
export npm_config_target_arch=x64
# Download headers for Electron.
export npm_config_disturl=https://atom.io/download/electron
# Tell node-pre-gyp that we are building for Electron.
export npm_config_runtime=electron
# Tell node-pre-gyp to build module from source code.
export npm_config_build_from_source=true
HOME=./.electron-gyp npm install

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//Electron includes
const electron = require("electron");
const APP = electron.app;
const BrowserWindow = electron.BrowserWindow;
const path = require("path");
const url = require("url");
/**
* URL for index.html which will be our entry point.
*/
const indexURL = url.format({
pathname: path.join(__dirname, "windows", "jitsi-meet", "index.html"),
protocol: "file:",
slashes: true
});
/**
* The window object that will load the iframe with Jitsi Meet.
* IMPORTANT: Must be defined as global in order to not be garbage collected
* acidentally.
*/
let jitsiMeetWindow = null;
/**
* Sets the APP object listeners.
*/
function setAPPListeners () {
APP.on("ready", createJitsiMeetWindow);
APP.on("window-all-closed", () => {
// Don"t quit the application for Mac OS
if (process.platform !== "darwin") {
APP.quit();
}
});
APP.on("activate", () => {
if (jitsiMeetWindow === null) {
createJitsiMeetWindow();
}
});
}
/**
* Opens new window with index.html(Jitsi Meet is loaded in iframe there).
*/
function createJitsiMeetWindow () {
jitsiMeetWindow = new BrowserWindow({width: 800, height: 600});
jitsiMeetWindow.loadURL(indexURL);
jitsiMeetWindow.on("closed", () => {
jitsiMeetWindow = null;
});
}
//Start the application:
setAPPListeners();

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let robot = require("robotjs");
/**
* Attaching to the window for debug purposes.
* We should remove this in production.
*/
window.robot = robot;
/**
* Width/Heught for the screen.
*/
const {width, height} = robot.getScreenSize();
/**
* Mouse button mapping between the values in remote-control-event and robotjs
* methods.
*/
const MOUSE_BUTTONS = {
1: "left",
2: "middle",
3: "right"
};
/**
* Mouse actions mapping between the values in remote-control-event and robotjs
* methods.
*/
const MOUSE_ACTIONS_FROM_EVENT_TYPE = {
"mousedown": "down",
"mouseup": "up"
};
/**
* Key actions mapping between the values in remote-control-event and robotjs
* methods.
*/
const KEY_ACTIONS_FROM_EVENT_TYPE = {
"keydown": "down",
"keyup": "up"
};
/**
* The status ("up"/"down") of the mouse button.
* FIXME: Assuming that one button at a time can be pressed. Haven't noticed
* any issues but maybe we should store the status for every mouse button
* that we are processing.
*/
let mouseButtonStatus = "up";
/**
* Parses the remote-control-events and executes them via robotjs.
*/
class RemoteControl {
/**
* Construcs new instance.
* @constructor
*/
constructor() {
this.started = false;
}
/**
* Starts processing the events.
*/
start() {
this.started = true;
}
/**
* Stops processing the events.
*/
stop() {
this.started = false;
}
/**
* Executes the passed event.
* @param {Object} event the remote-control-event.
*/
executeRemoteControlEvent(event) {
if(!this.started) {
return;
}
switch(event.type) {
case "mousemove":
const x = event.x * width, y = event.y * height;
if(mouseButtonStatus === "down") {
robot.dragMouse(x, y);
} else {
robot.moveMouse(x, y);
}
break;
case "mousedown":
case "mouseup":
mouseButtonStatus = MOUSE_ACTIONS_FROM_EVENT_TYPE[event.type];
robot.mouseToggle(
mouseButtonStatus,
(event.button ? MOUSE_BUTTONS[event.button] : undefined));
break;
case "mousedblclick":
robot.mouseClick(
(event.button ? MOUSE_BUTTONS[event.button] : undefined),
true);
break;
case "mousescroll":
//FIXME: implement horizontal scrolling
if(event.y !== 0) {
robot.scrollMouse(
Math.abs(event.y),
event.y > 0 ? "down" : "up"
);
}
break;
case "keydown":
case "keyup":
robot.keyToggle(event.key,
KEY_ACTIONS_FROM_EVENT_TYPE[event.type], event.modifiers);
break;
default:
console.error("Unknown event type!");
}
}
}
module.exports = new RemoteControl();

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const electron = require("electron");
/**
* Adds screen sharing support. Prompts the user to choose screen, window or
* tab to share (not implemented yet). And passes the chosen source to caller
* of the method.
* @param {Function} callback the success callback
* @param {Function} errorCallback the callback for errors
*/
function obtainDesktopStream (callback, errorCallback) {
//FIXME: add more types
electron.desktopCapturer.getSources({types: ['screen']},
(error, sources) => {
if (error) {
errorCallback(error);
return;
}
//FIXME: Implement window picker instead of choosing always the
// first sourceId
callback(sources[0].id);
});
}
module.exports = function setupScreenSharingForWindow(pWindow) {
pWindow.JitsiMeetElectron = {obtainDesktopStream};
};

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{
"name": "jitsi-meet-electron",
"version": "0.0.0",
"description": "Electron application for Jitsi Meet",
"main": "main.js",
"scripts": {
"start": "electron .",
"build": "./electron_npm_rebuild",
"clean": "rm -r node_modules .electron-gyp",
"lint": "eslint .",
"validate": "npm ls"
},
"pre-commit": [
"lint"
],
"repository": {
"type": "git",
"url": "git://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-electron"
},
"keywords": [
"jingle",
"webrtc",
"xmpp",
"electron",
"jitsi-meet"
],
"author": "",
"readmeFilename": "README.md",
"license": "Apache-2.0",
"dependencies": {
"robotjs": "hristoterezov/robotjs",
"postis": "^2.2.0"
},
"devDependencies": {
"electron": "1.4.7",
"eslint": ">=3",
"eslint-plugin-jsdoc": "*",
"precommit-hook": "3.0.0"
}
}

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<style>
body, html {
margin: 0;
height: 100%;
overflow: hidden;
}
body {
-webkit-app-region: drag
}
iframe {
width: 100%;
height: 100%;
border: 0 none;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>
<script>
require('./render.js');
</script>
</body>
</html>

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const remoteControl = require("../../modules/remotecontrol");
let postis = require("postis");
const setupScreenSharingForWindow = require("../../modules/screensharing");
const config = require("../../config.js");
/**
* The postis channel.
*/
let channel;
/**
* Cteates the iframe that will load Jitsi Meet.
*/
let iframe = document.createElement('iframe');
iframe.src = config.jitsiMeetURL;
iframe.allowFullscreen = true;
iframe.onload = onload;
document.body.appendChild(iframe);
/**
* Initializes the remote control functionality.
*/
function initRemoteControl() {
remoteControl.start();
channel.ready(() =>
channel.listen('remote-control-event',
event => remoteControl.executeRemoteControlEvent(event))
);
}
/**
* Handles loaded event for iframe:
* Enables screen sharing functionality to the iframe webpage.
* Initializes postis.
* Initializes remote control.
*/
function onload() {
setupScreenSharingForWindow(iframe.contentWindow);
channel = postis({
window: iframe.contentWindow,
windowForEventListening: window
});
initRemoteControl();
}
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