Lagi Pittas iphonelagi at
Thu Jan 30 13:04:26 EST 2020

Hermann strikes again.

Brilliant stuff Hermann - and multiple stacks running at the same time

What could you do if  you weren't  in a straight jacket  and blindfolded
.(metaphorically speaking).

>From memory, you have  asked the team for a couple of "tweaks" that would
you wouldn't have to jump through hoops and workarounds - hope they get
some time soon
to implement some of your suggestions.

Hermann could you list here what is "missing"  in a most important to less
important  list, to make the "webapps" more powerful and easier to  "talk"
to the DOM, Javascript etc?

If you haven't got the time or the inclination  I would understand - but
maybe just maybe as they are nearing the end of the LCFM project they might
look at this sooner rather than later.

Regards Lagi

On Thu, 30 Jan 2020 at 01:56, hh via use-livecode <
use-livecode at> wrote:

> HTML5: html5Player (v102 as of Jan 30, 2020)
> This is a HTML5 standalone (webApp in the new LC wording).
> This is a "standalone-Plus" that is, it is extended by several
> javascript extensions for features that are not (yet) implemented
> in LC-HTML5 or not possible with LC.
> It can do among other the following.
> * Load (ordinary) local LC stacks by click or drag and drop.
> The stacks will run if they would compile and run with the HTML5
> standalone builder (but you don't have to compile).
> The stacks MUST have one of the file endings .rev, .livecode or
> .livecodescript.
> * Load and display local or remote images (drag and drop images
> or copy/paste image urls is supported).
> * Load and display local audio/video (for cross-browser support
> use mp3 and mp4 only). Drag and drop file icons is supported.
> * Open a webview for videos, pdfs, audio streams and html pages.
> In such a webview you can safely run also HTML5 standalones that
> don't work in the html5Player because you inject javascript
> handlers/objects to the loading page.
> As the main page loads as https you can use https-Addresses only
> in the webview (especially for audio/video-streams).
> * Open one or several webcam views (works in newer Chrome, Safari,
> Brave, not in Firefox).
> All views are displayed in panels that are draggable and resizable
> (incl. minimize and maximize).
> HTML5: html5IDE
> (Inspector+Dictionary+ScriptEditor+Tools)
> The above html5Player will complete my experimental html5IDE that
> is close to "ready"". I can also meanwhile save edited stacks. But
> I don't publish newer versions than
> until LC does more in that field than renaming it to "WebApps".
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