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A fully supported version of the HTML5 client is released with vSphere 6.5, and the official name will be vSphere Client.  We won't be renaming this Fling, but may start saying things like 'vSphere Client Fling' in addition to the other terms we've used before. Fling features are not guaranteed to be implemented into the product.
Apr 01, 2016

Everything ha be done follow the instructins,
But the error occured when i browser the Appliance URL,after 2 redirections,
https://:9443/ui

HTTP Status 401 -
type Status report
message
description This request requires HTTP authentication.
Apache Tomcat/7.0.53

Apr 01, 2016

time sync issue,resolves。

Apr 01, 2016

This is pretty awesome, love the look and performance so far!

Apr 01, 2016

The UI has a bunch of little issues that I'm sure you'll get to. Also, the add screenshot button on the feedback windows froze firefox. But otherwise, pretty slice

Apr 01, 2016

Did it crash your browser?

It can actually take a while to take the screenshot. For example I've clicked 'add', and had to wait up to 5 seconds sometimes for the screenshot to actually be taken, but it usually does come back.

Can you try waiting it out? If it still doesn't work I'd love to know the FF version and OS version if you can share.

Apr 01, 2016

Looks really nice.
Will vSphere Web Client plug-ins be compatible with this? Only the HTML based one or even the Flex based plug-ins?
Thanks

Apr 01, 2016

This is still under discussion, but the plan is to have HTML plugins (known as HTML bridge in the Web Client SDK) work without any code changes.

The native H5client SDK is a work in progress, but we believe the Bridge is a good opportunity for partners to get a head start.

The plan is to not support Flex based plugins in H5client as it would cause us to fail our final goal. We're already working with partners, and they're also very eager to get switched over as well.