Webbrowser user interface for python.
ui = jsui.UI()
thing = Thing()
Support both synchronous and asynchronous (eventually) operations.
Support both explicit and inspected (eventually) object specificiations.
'name': # name of the thing to expose
'type': # function/number/string/etc...
'ui': # ui element to use
'js': # ui payload (may also be processingjs)
'html': # html payload
'css': # css payload
-- Functions --
call grab (js) -> call grab (py) -> wait -> get images (py) -> get images (js)
get new stage positions (js) -> positions (py) -> new positions (py) -> new stage positions (js)
move stage (js) -> move stage (py)
change config (js) -> change config (py)
to turn a variable into a function. This needs to 'capture' the variable
v = args
TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.