Hi! I wanted to update you on my upcoming JSON reader. The webplayer seems a bit hard to implement though @memorablechickenyay.
My upcoming web JSON reader is made to be easy to understand and use and also unique. You can search for a project by its link. That will make a request from the application to Hopscotch´s servers (the same link as you use when you share links to projects). The project gets indexed (kind of like what Google does, it saves project data to a text file). Right now, like data and the current remix count is saved. When somebody searches for the project again, it gets indexed, but you can also explore the old data so that you can see how the project´s likes and remix count changed over time. Here is a screenshot featuring @BB-Box´s Fishing Game:
“Data not available” is, in this case, data from files when these functions weren´t implemented.
If you´d search for a Hopscotch username, you will get a list of all indexed projects on the server from that user, like this:
Each project name is a clickable link that will index the requested project and then show you its information.
Now, I have to ask THT if I am allowed to deploy this to a cloud server or not. I am also going to implement more functions and features.
Any more thoughts?