richasehgal2908 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 02:43:00 EDT 2015
I have created a light-weight version of jsfiddle which lets user enters
code is executed. Its a very basic prototype, with no fancy design stuff,
but I will create a great design for the actual Activity that would be
integrated in Sugar.
To enable the code to run in offline mode, I have used basic HTML and JS
primitives without jquery library and so on. So it should be very easy to
just download the file and open in any browser. The code takes the HTML,
CSS and JS input and inserts it in the relevant HTML tags in the iframe DOM
(like style, etc).
There are two files - jsfiddle-prototype.html and style.css. I am not sure
what the policies of this mailing lists are for sharing files, so I would
send these separately to you. Please let me know otherwise.
I hope you like the prototype. Please send me your opinion and the next
steps in the project. I am really looking forward to have a JS Shell
Activity integrated in Sugar :)
Thanks a lot,
On Sun, Mar 8, 2015 at 11:44 PM, Tony Anderson <tony_anderson at usa.net>
> Great, carry on!
> On 03/09/2015 02:10 PM, Richa Sehgal wrote:
>> Dear Tony,
>> Thanks for replying back. I am glad to you have as my mentor! Using the
>> underlying JS course for testing is a great idea. We can integrate that as
>> a help tutorial - depending upon the time available.
>> Currently I have started looking into the implementation of jsfiddle and
>> would report back about my learnings. I am sure that there are other
>> platforms too - I would look into these too. I would make a prototype and
>> share with you the code. This way we can put our thinking hats together and
>> iterate over a concrete plan. I also have some ideas that would make this
>> tool more fun and engaging to use, keeping in mind that the target audience
>> is students.
>> Thanks a lot,
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