Broadway on openshift

I spent some time this week making a clean build of Gtk 3 with the broadway backend for deploying on openshift. It works suprisingly well, given that I’m in sweden and the openshift servers are somewhere in the US:

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I made the video instead of linking to the app itself because only one person at a time can use the actual app. However, you can easily create your own openshift module based on this as I made the openshift code availible at gitthub. Just clone that and push to your diy based openshift app. Play with it! Build your favourite gtk3 app! Share it!

It lacks authentication/encryption and there are some minor issues, but it proves that broadway works reasonably well even over the internet.

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