Context Population GUI

Context Population GUI ScreenshotThe Context Population GUI is a Node JS based web service that offers a sleek and intuitive design, allowing thus any type of user to perform extractions and consequent conversions from remote or local machines.

Besides offering an easy installation and deployment, it also educates the user on the requests that are being made. To make this possible, two ways of ordering captures are available – Automatically generated text fields to provide parameters, or manually writing the JSON request to be performed.

This is made clearer further on and step-by-step guide shows practical examples of both usages.

Note that this tool does not work on its own. It merely provides an interface for the Extractors API and Converters API by accessing their Restful services by HTTP.

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This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

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How to install Debian Software Extractor

In order to use this tool, it is necessary to install: - [NodeJS]( - [NPM]( - NodeJS package installer Note: If you are on a Linux machine, apt-get default repositories contain an outdated version of nodejs. Downloading the latest version from nodejs website is recommended. Once having both packages installed and the project fetched (All code is available in, go to the project's base folder. Here, you can find a JSON formatted file named “package.json” which declares all required packages from this project and it is used to automatically fetch them by previously the installed NPM. In the base folder, run npm install This will read from the package file and automatically fetch and install all dependencies. Hence, make sure you have an internet connection while doing this. Once everything is installed, your project should be prepared for running. In the same folder, run node app.js [desired port] This command starts the service. You can now access it through a browser on localhost endpoint. Default port Is 3000

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