To access CleverPsych from any
browser (Internet Explorer, Fire fox, iPad, Android etc) anywhere,
you would need the software running on a web server. This is not
the business of Monaro Psychology Services, so we are not going to
provide such a service.
However there is some experimental support which may be useful.
You can execute CleverPsych as a Java Applet in any browser
that has Java installed.
For example, if you have CleverPsych running on windows open the
file C:\CleverAppletTest\AppletsPage in your browser. It uses the
standard C:\CleverData and C:\CleverPsych folders. Edit the applet
page in a text editor to change them.
You also need to activate the Java console to show any error
Now there is no point in doing this, as you might as well run the
standard way. However, possible uses are:
Support for many Users
If you are in an organisation that has, say, 100 allied health
professionals who want to use CleverPsych, and you have technical
support, you can put a server on the network and give each user a
copy of a CleverData directory and a copy of the AppletsPage file
(with parameters set).
Support for Restricted Systems
Where a system does not have a full Java implementation available,
but where a browser with Java is available, the above method could
Systems such as the iPad will never have Java, as Apple wants only
applications that they have sold to be available.
Other systems such as Android tablets (and phones) have a partial
Java implementation, and there could be Java simulations
CleverPsych could be run on a server supporting many users by
using software such as AjaxSwing.
We have run CleverPsych in the AjaxSwing demonstration server with
a few minutes effort.
AjaxSwing has a gui to define the application:
And supplies a testing Tomcat server:
Here is CleverPsych running in Internet Explorer using the Tomcat