- XTerm is terrible
- the pages are slow to load
- the CSS needs to be fixed up
- the server can be fixed up
Lol, this is garbage; need some help?
@CodingCactus Cactus, to a major degree, it was more of a joke, since Rohil and I often work together. Trust me, I would never go out and randomly say something like that to hurt someone, I oftentimes would be constructive.
Also, I upvoted it regardless.
But this actually can be improved quite a bit. It definitely needs something unique, there's currently no reason to prefer this over Repl.
Yo, that's really good. I did a little test, linking to my actual website, and it seems to work! The design of the editor is also really nice, but I think there should be some kind of file navigator so you can create and link different files to clean up your work a little bit and have multiple webpages.
So... still don't need any help? I've got some time this month to code, and no personal projects to do (okay, there's one).
@RohilPatel Example of XML highlighting: https://repl.it/@xxpertHacker/G-Text-Editor#index.xml, it works just fine.
Maybe there's something to gain from https://js.xxperthacker.repl.co?
To top it all off, I could probably implement something like a light-weight, simplified version of https://webassembly.github.io/wabt/demo/wat2wasm, running in a worker thread.
Thinking about it, tbh I'd probably just make my own server with Deno or Actix in Rust...
The IDE needs to be cleaner
It should also have a user friendly UI.
The system doesn't have a proper database so making a username is a little bit useless.
I will give you props for the design though.
The terminal is a little buggy and needs a little work.
Also, the 'current' file is a little odd.
You say it's; for instance; '/script.js'
You could just say: 'script.js'.
Sorry if I'm being nit-picky, but when you make something like an IDE,
it needs to make itself stand out VS others.
You have the general idea of a basic IDE, but it really is no
different from a lot of them.
Maybe try making it more creative and generate some new ideas that haven't been used.
Great work though!
Check out the
hacked.txt file... This is like the most vulnerable thing in the world...
for some reason when i try to enter my project i just created it sends me back to the projects page
There is no way RN that checks if a user exists already. So sometimes when there is more than 2 users in the db it gets a different one. That one will have a different ID than the one you made. Also that was just a CORS issue I forgot to fix. This is really buggy and haven't worked on it in a long time. @potatojs