This page contains information to quickly getting started with the GUI.
The first thing you need is the library installed, see Installation.
After successful installation, DAF can be run in graphical mode by executing the command
daf-gui command inside the terminal
or by using
python -m daf_gui command.
$ python -m daf_gui
On Windows it can also be started though the Run (Win + R) menu.
This will open up (after a few seconds) a graphical display you can use to control the framework.
Before going forward, please note that the GUI is just an extra layer above the actual DAF core, which can be configured and controlled with a Python script. The GUI basically just passes everything down to the core and thus works exactly the same as the core. Every object defined in the GUI is converted into a real Python object, the same way as it would be done in a Python script that defines the core. Thus, the documentation of the core is almost entirely relevant when using the GUI. If you feel like something explained in the GUI does not make sense or is missing something, please refer to the core documentation.
The GUI consists of:
START / STOP for starting/stopping or connecting/disconnecting from the core.
Connection type selection (local or remote).
Optional modules tab - Where you can install optional functionallity.
Schema definition tab - Where you can statically (as a template) define accounts, guilds, messages & type of logging:
Accounts - Section for defining your accounts (and guilds and messages).
Logging - Section for defining the logging manager used and the detail of the trace (printouts).
“Schema” menu button - Allows save or load of GUI data and generation of a Python script which will advertise defined data without a GUI. The script interacts directly with DAF core.
Live view - Manipulating running accounts, guilds, messages, etc..
Output tab for displaying the DAF core’s printouts (eg. message removed, guild removed, started, stopped, …),
Analytics tab for tracking sent messages and invite links:
This consists of 2 sub tabs, where the first one is for messages and the second one for invite links and each tab has 2 distinct sections:
Logs - Used to view the actual data stored inside a database.
Counts - Table that can show basic statistics related to the logs.
About tab (short information on the project).