You will now be able to access your drafts from the web explorer! Need to test a project from another device? Simply log into the web explorer and go to your profile, and you should see a new tab called “Drafts” to the left of your “Published” tab. You can play the draft and view its code just like any project published to the community. Enjoy, and stay tuned for more updates!
man they havent hired you? i was so sure too /lh /t /hj
thats really awesome tho, super super helpful
Woah. That’s Awesome (_E)
Yeah they have but maybe I’ll just put that on the other topic
i was writing this post when my safari jumped. maybe it was overexcited too, like me
edit: oh and congrats i’m looking forward for editing projects on the web or maybe thats too complicated and isn’t the priority, hmm
:00 wohooo!!! congratulations again lol ethan :DD
I love how on your official web explorer you can go directly to code view, even if a prompt is being shown. On the app, I would have to click ok (or until I can prevent it from asking again), then go into edit mode.
YESS this is awesome :D
This is what I dreamed of, like, five years ago. Thanks for making this!
Also, congrats on getting hired!!
Wow this is very cool! I’ll definetly use this in the future. (Also congrats on getting hired :DD)
This is incredible!
and congrats on getting hired too!
this is awesome e! congrats on getting hired!
Finally it’s here
Awsome Ethan has unlocked new item Employement
and wow that’s amazing! I wonder how you got those drafts into the website
When you upload a draft via the little cloud button with the up arrow, it gets saved on the servers.
So it basically fetches the drafts from there.
Wow! Awesome advancement! Can’t wait until hopscotch is basically fully usable on the website (presumably the end goal)
This is amazing! You keep improving the web explorer in so many different ways. I’ll have to try this.
1st off… WOAH! AMAZING new update!
2nd, Good job on getting hired
Yes! This would open it to so many more devices. Imagine, all of windows and android could use hopscotch. (Would prob make hs a lot of money)