A feature I’d like to see in Hopscotch is:
To have objects from Apple’s SwiftUI in hopscotch eg sliders or steppers. Each object would come with different dark pink blocks, eg the toggle would have “when toggled” and more object variables to find out whether the toggle is toggled
I’d use it for this type of project:
Here are some examples of Hopscotch code that could be improved if we had this:
It would give you a clean and simple UI that’s customisable without having to code it yourself, and whilst looking like the apps on the App Store
Here is an example design I’ve made:
I’ve seen something similar in another programming languages, it looks like this:
In Xcode you can use SwiftUI
What do you think? Do you have any ideas about what you could do with this? Do I need to explain it more clearly?
Looks cool, but I think The Hopscotch Team would need to be granted permission from Apple themselves to use their icons and UI.
that would be nice, where would the value of the steppers/sliders/toggles be stored? also how would the length of the step be declared (would you set it in a variable and have a default value in case it isn’t set)?
That would be a really cool thing, but I think that a big thing with Hopscotch is to have some playfulness, which we have in the characters etc. You learn more creating your own sliders and buttons rather than using pre-made elements, but I do like the idea of having some playful premade elements in Hopscotch that you can use to get a quick start. Different themes could also potentially cost seeds or require a subscription.
In an object variable
There could be a block similar to the set colour block, set step increase
That’s actually a really neat idea
But hopscotch’s player runs in a web browser so it can’t have actual swiftUI components, just simulations of them.
Technically you could overlay swiftui stuff on top of the website, communicate between them and have invisible rectangles to simulate collisions but that wouldn’t work well with the web player