Bernd.Niggemann at uni-wh.de
Wed Jan 9 21:20:21 CET 2019
this is a super HTML5 stack. It lets one easily test what works and does not work in HTML5 stacks.
Anyone interested in HTML5 stacks should at least have a look at it.
At times it is hard to believe that it is "just" a HTML5 stack, it seems like a little IDE in its own.
And also has code folding...
> hh via use-livecode Sun, 06 Jan 2019 20:00:25 -0800 wrote:
> There is nearly no documentation in the dictionary what works (or works not)
> in HTML5 standalones. That's why I made this tool:
> Here is "hhTestInStandalone", a HTML5 standalone that is ready for testing
> code snippets up to local libraries (script-only stacks).
> I use it to isolate critical script parts that run in the IDE but not in the
> HTML5 engine.
> It has a LC-ScriptEditor (made in the browser) with a lot of features,
> especially it can access the system clipboard for copy and paste and it has
> code folding, colorising and indenting built-in.
> • You can set the script of several buttons (or use these as text containers).
> • You can output to two fields and import images in order to work with them.
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