- Real-time interaction
- Multifunctional interactive whiteboard
- Real-time video/audio chat (RTC)
- Real-time messaging (RTM)
- Login via
- Classroom management
- Join, create and schedule classrooms
- Support periodic rooms
- Classroom recording and replaying
- Whiteboard replaying
- Cloud recording for video and audio
- Messaging replaying
- Cloud Storage for multi-media courseware
- Screen sharing
You can build and run the Flat client without a server. This repository includes the following projects:
- Flat Electron client is an Electron implementation of Flat client.
- Flat Web client is a web implementation of Flat client.
If you don't have pnpm installed:npm i -g pnpm
Clone or fork this project, at project root run:
Build and run Flat Electron client
Run the following commands at the root of the repository to build and run Flat Electron client.
You can use one of the following methods to package your executable:
pnpm shipat project root to package based on current system.
- Alternatively, run
pnpm ship:winat project root to package for a specified system.
Build and run Flat Web client
Run the following command at the root of the repository to build and run Flat web client.
Alternatively, run the following command:
cd ./web/flat-web/ && pnpm start
UI and business logic are separated in Flat. You can view and develop Flat components UI via Storybook. You can either visit the (Online address) or run
pnpm storybook at the root of the repository to run Storybook locally.
Writing code is great, but there are many other ways to make meaningful contributions to the project:
For more info about how to contribute, see CONTRIBUTING.md
Thank you to all the people who already contributed to Flat!
You may use Flat for commercial purposes but please note that we do not accept customizational commercial requirements and deployment supports. Nor do we offer customer supports for commercial usage. Please head to Flexible Classroom for such requirements.
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Licensed under the MIT license.
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