An ide for web development using ckeditor and ace.
This project depends on node. If you don't have node you can find it at http://nodejs.org.
Once node is installed on your system you can get this module through npm
npm install atropa-ide
atropa-ide may be started from the command line. Go into the
inside the node_modules folder where you installed this package and run
atropa-ide 5555. The server will start and give you the web address to
the main page. In this case it will be
http://localhost:5555 Use whatever
port you want to when starting the server or leave it unspecified and a default
port will be chosen.
The atropa-ide may also be launched from scripts.
var ide = require('atropa-ide'); var path = require('path'); var port = 9777; var serverRoot = path.resolve('./node_modules/atropa-ide/'); // the port and serverRoot arguments are optional. ide.start(port, serverRoot); console.log('open http://localhost:' + port + ' in your web browser to get started.');
Load Files by Dragging and Dropping
Both the ckeditor and ace editor support loading files by dropping them into the editable area. They also support saving the edited content to local files. Click on the save button and your browser should give you the option to save the file to disk.
All options may be configured through the settings menu in the editor. The default settings are restored when the page is reloaded. To automatically set settings on page load, specify the setting in the query string of the url. For example to set the mode, theme, font size, and show invisibles on page load do
All supported options are the same as their names in the settings menu. For
items set with checkboxes, give their values as either true or false. To set
the mode, find the name of the mode you like in the dropdown box and prefix it
ace/mode/ in the url. See the example above which sets the mode to
html and the theme to
Autoload From Files or URLs
To automatically load a file into the editor on page load set the loadFile parameter of the query string to the path of the file you want loaded.