I originally created LJE for Google I/O 2011 to illustrate advanced features of Google Chart Tools with some live examples. You can see how I used it in the recorded video (38m30s in), and the embedding in the original presentation.
LJE is best suited for embedding in an HTML5 presentation, like the one you can create using this template. It uses fonts and sizes that suit the average projector and conference room (so that everybody should be able to read comfortably).
Load the examples by clicking the links on the bottom. Try modifying the code and hitting the 'execute' button to see the output change on in real time.
Download the code and/or fork the repository.
LJE is best used by having code snippets prepared beforehand. To do so, prepare your snippets
following the instructions in
empty_snippet.html and enumerate them inside
editor.html where indicated.
Once done, just open
editor.html in your browser, and you should find all your
snippets in the links at the bottom. Click on any of them to load and execute them. You can
to execute the current code, instead of using the mouse to click the 'Execute' button).
Tested with Chrome, FF4, Safari, Opera only.
Since the editor load the snippets using
iframes, it might not work if you execute it
locally, i.e. using a file:// scheme, so you better serve the editor from a local webserver running
on your machine. The problem does not exist when deployed on a webserver (workarounds exist, like Chrome's