I'm making a game for the repl.it music jam, called Name That Tune. The code is here. I've made the game itself (although I need to add lots more tunes!), but I'm now looking for a way to have a leaderboard. I've made the leaderboard HTML itself (
index.html lines 67-121) and the JS functions to put the data into the table (
script.js lines 190-254), but I need a way to save the data itself.
I've tried various different approaches:
Jsonstore is a brilliant online data storage website, but as far as I can tell you need node.js to be able to interact with it. See TheDrone7's post about his node.js jsonstore extension. I don't know how to/if you can use node.js with an HTML/CSS/JS repl. I even tried using python, but calling the functions from JS proved an absolute pain. As I expected.
Are there ways to save data which can be changed in JS without using external things like jsonstore? I looked into json files and other stuff, but as you can probably tell, I'm a bit out of my depth. I'm a beginner with JS and thought the music jam would be a fun way to learn some more!
Thanks in advance for any help!
The music jam has now closed. I haven't yet found a solution to the leaderboard problem, but I've entered my game anyway without one. My entry is here. I dunno if you can upvote now the jam is closed (subtle hint :P), but maybe you want to check it out. Thanks to @vedprad1, @EthanJustice and @TheDrone7 for all their help so far; I'm not giving up yet don't worry - although the competition's over, I'll still do updates once the results are announced.
@TheDrone7 Thanks that's much simpler. I've set up the database and created a few functions to add/get rows from it, but I'm now having trouble calling those functions from
public/script.js. The code is here.
At the moment I'm getting this error...
...when I load the page (that's the Safari console btw). Any ideas? Thanks
EDIT: now given up on this :( moved onto @TheDrone7 's separate reply, see below...