Demo the Serato API App

NOTE: for some reason the latest version of Mojave OSX does not allow directly running jars via 'jar launcher'.  Running from terminal still seems to work:
  1. open 'terminal'
  2. type the following command to run the jar (fill in the path to the jar; e.g. /users/bob/downloads):
    1. java -jar [PATH_TO_JAR]/SslApiGuiDemo.jar

I added an executable jar that launches the GUI and will display Serato DJ/SSL play.  The jar is only compatible with OSX at this time, and assumes the following default values (to modify, edit the resources/SslApiConfiguration.properties file within the jar).  Please leave me a comment if you're having any issues with the demo!

executable can be downloaded directly from the repo:
https://gitlab.com/eladmaz/SSL-API/blob/c5a14426228a29a226798322f1b29c1aff333df0/SslApiGuiDemo.jar

# default SSL API properties 
# byte consumption details (slows down app performance when on) 
enableLoggerFinest=false 

# general debug info stuff
enableLoggerDebug=false

# adds thread workload info
enableLoggerTrace=true

# adds time to log
enableLoggerTimeStamp=true

# defaults to /users/[USER_NAME]/.sslapi/log.txt.  change for different location
#logFilePath=

# enable logging to file
enableLogToFile=true

# enable/disable GUI. really only useful for demo purposes to see what info is 
# being published via the EventHub

startGui=true

# uncomment these values to override default locations
# path to dom file (stores all info parsed in from SSL in a given session).  Defaults
# to /users/[USER_NAME]/.sslapi/ssldom.txt
#domFilePath=

# path to the folder containing Serato.  Defaults to /users/[USER_NAME]/Music/_Serato_/
#sslFolderPath=


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