Running app in browser
You can use the Fluence JS with any framework (or even without it). The "fluence" part of the application is a collection of pure typescript\javascript functions which can be called withing any framework of your choosing.

Configuring application to run in browser

Breaking change! Starting from v0.23.0 Fluence JS uses different file structure:
  • copy-avm-public script has been replaced with copy-marine
  • runnerScript.web.js has been replaced with marine-js.web.js
  • additional dependency added: marine-js.wasm
Make sure to migrate when switching to v0.23.0
To run application in browser you need to configure the server which hosts the application to serve Marine JS dependencies. Fluence JS provides a utility script named copy-marine which copies all the necessary files into specified folder. For example if static files are served from the public directory you can run copy-marine public to copy files needed to run Fluence. It is recommended to put their names into .gitignore and run the script on every build to prevent possible inconsistencies with file versions. This can be done using npm's postinstall script:
"scripts": {
"postinstall": "copy-marine public",
"start": "...",
In case you want to distribute the files by hand here is the list of dependencies required to run Fluence:
  • marine-js.wasm is the Marine JS runtime. The file is located in @fluencelabs/marine-js package.
  • marine-js.web.js is the web worker script responsible for running Marine JS in background. The file is located in @fluencelabs/marine-js package.
  • avm.wasm is the AquaVM execution file. The file is located in @fluencelabs/avm package.

Demo applications

See the browser-example which demonstrate integrating Fluence with React: github
Also take a look at FluentPad. It is an example application written in React: