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can RadiAnt be run from a web site

Apr 30, 2014 11:14 AM
by Aleks
Dear Sir / Madame , currently I am developing a web based mini pacs.
Would like to use Radiant as a Dicom viewer.
What are the possibilities?
Thank you
May 1, 2014 10:11 AM
by RadiAnt
You mean launching RadiAnt from a website or running it inside the webbrowser?
When the PACS client feature is ready, there will be an option to launch RadiAnt from the browser, but it will still run as a native Windows application.
Jan 23, 2021 05:00 AM
by Theodoro Duarte
Dear Sir/Madame,
Since there is an option to launch RadiAnt from the browser, how can I do that?
Thnak you

Jan 24, 2021 03:59 PM
by RadiAnt
This can be done using radiant:// URL protocol.
Please check our manual:
May 12, 2022 07:22 AM
by AndreasK
Is it possible to integrate RadiAnt as a web application into our own online software? e.g. the Dicom viewer program, which is burned onto the CD's. Thanks in advance!

May 19, 2022 02:32 PM
by boskar
It would be much easier to integrate with some scenarios, if we could pass the URL to radiant:// to be downloaded using HTTP GET (in a zip)...
May 26, 2022 11:21 PM
by RadiAnt

RadiAnt is a native Windows application. You cannot launch it as a web application in the web browser. You can only launch some commands by clicking radiant:// links in a web page. But the viewer application has to installed locally.


Yes, we will probably add such option.
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