Edgy is a block-based programming language and an algorithm design environment that runs in a web browser. It provides a hands on interface to manipulate graphs via algorithms.
Here is an example of minimal spanning tree, adapted from Tim Bell's CS Unplugged Muddy City activity.
Not sure on where to start in using Edgy? Click one of the links below to start learning how to use this web application.
- Programming with Edgy (8 modules including screencasts)
- Screencast: drawing graphs
- Screencast: first program
- Screencast: variables
- Screencast: loops
- Display graph in preview window when opening projects (Edgy currently displays it as a generic sprite).
Edgy has been developed by Steven Bird and students (Mak Nazečić-Andrlon, Jarred Gallina) at the University of Melbourne.
Keeping Snap! clean
In general, changes should be made in the files that reside in the
edgy directory to avoid causing merge conflicts with Snap!.
See the changeset files
Updating Snap! version
To merge the upstream Snap! repository:
In a fork of the repository, add the upstream repo if it isn't already in
git remote -v:
git remote add snap https://github.com/jmoenig/Snap--Build-Your-Own-Blocks.git
Make sure the upstream repo is up to date:
git fetch snap
Create a new branch (called
git checkout master git checkout -b UpdateSnap
Merge the Snap! repository:
git merge snap/master
Conflicts may have occurred in certain functions of
store.js, which have been marked with the comment
// NOTE: This function may cause merge conflicts with the Snap! repository.
These conflicts will have to be resolved manually.
- Commit the results and create a pull request.