Nebula is an open source product, available free under the Blue Oak License and ready for you to customize to deploy your own MSL desktop applications with WebSockets on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
There are four ways you can get the Nebula software:
The Nebula installer contains everything you need to experiment with creating and modifying a Nebula app without any “building” steps. Simply use your favorite text editor to modify the HTML/JS files.
Note: The current release is not digitally signed. Click “Yes” in the Windows installation dialog to allow an “Unknown Publisher” (The Mimix Company) to install the app.
You can move to building from source when you’re ready to design your own back-end server or use a different set of frameworks than we include.
We recommend reading the Nebula User Guide before working with the Nebula download. It provides the background information and jumping-off points to help you think about the new kinds of applications you can build with Nebula based on the tools and frameworks you already know.
The Nebula software is licensed to you without cost on an as-is basis and without any warranty, express or implied. This free license does not include access to tech support. Bug fixes and upgrades, when and if they become available under this license, are your responsibility to install or integrate.