The WebEditor is a tool that helps you to create, edit, evaluate, test and publish CloJure SourceCode on your FloatingBoats WebApp, ForExample:
It is similar to a WiKi, where you can edit the ConTent of a WebPage, but here you can also store CloJure SourceCode as content of a WikiPage, and immediately evaluate and execute the SourceCode. Therefore you can call the WebEditor a "CodeWiki".
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Our WebApp does not store a PassWord. You can SignIn with your existing account at either
* FaceBook * GoogleProfile * TwittEr * LinkedIn * YaHoo or * OpenId
Each WikiPage can be published as a resource with a certain URL suffix. Before you can test, your WikiPage gets a unique PageId (which is actually the key of the underlying BigTable entity)
Each WikiPage has a typical LifeCycle:
* *edit*: First you create a WikiPage or edit an existing one, preferably with HiccupClj. * *eval*: then you test the WikiPage by evaluating your RequestHandler function * *validate*: Optionally you can validate your new page with the W3C HtmlValidator. * *publish*: If you are happy with your result you can publish it under your chosen resource name
In the WebEditor you can filter revisions of a certain ReSource by clicking the "(f)" link in front of the ReSource.
Each CodePage has a type.
* */clj*: CloJure SourceCode that might be evaluated as a RequestHandler * *clj*: CloJure SourceCode that might be evaluated as an expression by a RequestHandler or another expression * *wiki*: WikiPage in WikiSyntax that might be rendered by the `wikify` function of the RootHandler
You can compare the differences between two CodePage revisions by selecting their checkboxes and pressing the "diff" button.