JUDO5 - experimental HTML5 version

2013-01-23
2013-12-18
  • Thomas Dunn

    Thomas Dunn - 2013-01-23

    Hi all,

    I just wanted to share an experimental version of JUDO I've created using some new constructs introduced in HTML5 (Canvas, Local Storage, Drag n Drop, etc).  Its just something I'm playing with, not at all ready for a release. 

    The coding is based on Javascript and it runs from within your favorite web browser (well, for now I've really only been testing with Google Chrome).

    Find it here:
    http://judo.sourceforge.net/judo5/judo5-0.1b

    The first time you run it, you can use this URL to load up some samples:
    http://judo.sourceforge.net/judo5/judo5-0.1b/?loadjudoprogs=1

    Download the source here:
    http://judo.sourceforge.net/downloads/judo5/judo5-0.1b.zip

    There is not much in the way of documenation and UI is thrown together.  Look at judobase*.js for supported methods, not all are currently working.  There is an incomplete set of QUnit unit tests, but between that, samples, and code itself you'll see the usage.

    Any thoughts or comments, please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Tom

     
  • Cade Daniel

    Cade Daniel - 2013-02-15

    I think this has high potential to be a great learning tool. Have you read this blog? http://worrydream.com/#!/LearnableProgramming It contains some excellent ideas on programming and learning how to program. I don't agree with all of them, I think that in the end they make programming something less intellectually intensive which is bad for some people, but I think the timeline interface he describes is a unique idea. What do you think?

     
  • Thomas Dunn

    Thomas Dunn - 2013-12-18

    Hi Cade,

    I had come across one of his videos Inventing on Principle which discussed some of the same topics. His work is very interesting. I would really like to see his tools appear online.

    -Tom

     


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