tom at makeshyft.com
Tue Nov 26 20:30:15 EST 2019
Wow..... very impressive......may I ask the reason why you created this?
Is it to have an easier time testing html 5 features?..... is it to turn it
into a product?
On Tue, Nov 26, 2019 at 6:03 PM hh via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> A few more words in defense of the HTML5 standalone builder:
> Enjoy html5IDE v100_alpha. A LC-playground with 'integrated'
> propertyInspector, dictionary, scriptEditor and tools.
> You can create objects, edit their properties and their script.
> Moreover there is a Paint-section and a MessageBox.
> You can save and load scripts, but not (yet) the created card.
> The dictionary is a html5 version of Bernd Niggemann's tinyDict.
> The script editor is based on Codemirror (MIT-licensed).
> There is a compact help (btn "H" of the Tools).
> There is still a lot to do...
> This "IDE" is made out of 6 independent standalones (in frames)
> that send messages to each other. Each of these standalones can
> separately be reloaded.
> ** Please be patient **
> Loading the standalone needs here, using Safari and a 100 MBit
> connection up to 20 seconds (first time only), so up to 2 minutes
> with a 16 MBit connection.
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