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    Thumbs up MetaCoding - Free Web-Based IDE

    MetaCoding - Free Web-Based IDE


    Hi,

    We have released a beta version of MetaCoding, a free web-based IDE that allows users to create, manage and develop their programming projects online.

    It uses Ext (1.1) intensively.
    We invite you to subscribe.

    Here is a screenshot.

    You'll find more information here.

    Tell us what you think!

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    first tests


    hello,

    just started testing your project (FF2.0.0.10 (XP/UBUNTU 7.10). Seems very promising.

    First UI notes:
    * your CAPTCHA is case sensitive (let the user know in advance)
    * New Project Form:
    - Is the description field required? (let the user know in advance)
    - Project names must be unique (whatever the user)? I got an error when trying to create a 'test project'? no error message stating why.
    * Nice Loader

    Congratulations on your project.
    Miguel Benevides
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    Hey, thanks a lot for the feedback!

    You're right about your remarks, I'll correct that.

    Regarding the project that must be unique, I know it's annoying but it will allow us to add an awesome feature in a near future.

    Thanks again for the feedback, it's much appreciated!

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    very well done project..

    which editor are you guys using? look like codepress to me..


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    Amazing


    Splendid idea, great IDE, looks very promissing.

    You wouldn't happen to be hiring would you?

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    very well done project..

    which editor are you guys using? look like codepress to me..
    Thanks! No, actually we created our own editor.

    Splendid idea, great IDE, looks very promissing.

    You wouldn't happen to be hiring would you?
    Thank you too!
    Not right now. But I keep your name in mind for when we'll be looking for someone.

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    I'm having a problem with uploading a file. When i upload a file it shows up as the original name like /home/antimatter15/Desktop/webadmin/ext/ext-all.js
    and i'm assuming it should be just ext-all.js, maybe you have some code that does a substring of the index of "\" (windows uses backslashes, while *nix uses slashes).

    but suprisingly enough, it seems to work after i reload the application (pressing the refresh button).

    I have to say, it might be better than my current IDE (kate/kwrite).

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    Editor looks very neat and usable. I used to work at a company where we were creating and IDE for a similar online coding project but using server side javascript. Anyways, creating an UML editor was really painfull and it looks like your's does the job admirably.

    I've shown the project to some of my coworkers and the first response was: does it outline syntax errors? Similar to what Visual Studio does with HTML, C# code and others. I suppose it would be too much for JVM to take care of that?

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    Congrats, great work.

    TavoX

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    Well done, Scrat. I've been playing with that demo what you have on the page and it's done really good.