You can now CREATE, EDIT, and PUBLISH projects in the Web Explorer! 🤩

Omg I didn’t submit mine officially yet oops

I coded most of this on computer I only did duplicating and scene changing on the app because you can’t do it on the webplayer

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How much were you thinking? I can probably make an exception if it’s big enough of an update (I just don’t want someone updating an existing project with no changes)

No need to – we’ll check all projects in the channel regardless

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This art pad I made ages ago.

I’ll add loads because it’s really terrible lol

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Sure! (knowing where a project was before being put in the channel is pretty helpful, so thanks for letting me know)

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I know I’m very late but wow! This is truly amazing! Congrats! I can’t believe that after so many years we finally got a computer version of HS.

I just wanted to say that there’s this weird bug where while working on an oldish draft, there was this repeat loop in places it shouldn’t have been. It was in the objects list, and it was at the bottom of every object’s “when” list, and every time I added a new check conditional it appeared there too after closing the block. I don’t know if this is bc the file is corrupted or…? Anyways, just thought I’d report it bc this is not happening in the App version of Hopscotch on that same draft. The bug is only happening on that draft. It’s always the same loop and always the same block arrangement inside

Again though, I’m so glad it finally happened! This truly is one of the greatest moments in HS history, thank you for taking the time to do this

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Thanks!

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doesnt work on windows 98 :(

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Also @Awesome_E I have a suggestion

Maube you could add the ability to use modded blocks easily while in the web explorer
Maybe their could be a setting that allows you to enable them (with a confirmation screen of course)

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:partying_face::tada:

Wooo! This opens up Hopscotch to so many more people!!

Huge congrats @Awesome_E, I know you could barely keep in the excitement lol

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I wonder if @via would like this

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Here’s mine

I didn’t do all of it on the web, like duplicating objects and dragging them, but it was 98% coded

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Here’s mine:

Simple, yet very fast and effective.

Speed: ~300 characters per frame (the updated version can do ~500 characters per frame). It can scan through 10000 characters in just under 1 second.

This is similar to ThinBuffalo’s find index code, but without the limitation of strings needing to be at certain lengths. My method is still a lot slower for anything above 300 characters (especially for 100,000 characters).

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When will we be able to upload projects from the website? Or are we already able to?

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You can already, but there’s a bug for iPad and iPhone with tapping the check mark and changing the title (Publish confirm does not do anything)

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An LG smart fridge can go on the web.
You can code on the web explorer on the web indirectly adding support to anything with access to the web
Hmmm…

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if they make a touchscreen fridge with access to safari for some reason, it’d actually work! lol

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Of course, it’s not an official Samsung partnership by any means, though. That would be funny. :D

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@Awesome_E I’ve found a bug when using the web explorer
The buttons aren’t designed for touchpads so I need using my Mac to publish projects and check codes when using it

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I’ll post a video of Hopscotch on a smart fridge soon :eyes:

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