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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ†
Managing Partner and Developer at . Laravel Evangelist, Open Source Lover, Father and Husband. Working on and Tinkerwell
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† 8h
It also works great on my iPad!
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† 8h
Nothing I can do about that. I guess that’s the price to pay of having PHP in your browser. But you can checkout the Tinkerwell desktop app which obviously runs a lot smoother and has more features
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† 9h
It works for me in chrome, but it probably depends on the amount of ram you have available. It requires quite a lot on the initial load
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† 10h
Hm i get that, but I’m still happy that I built it in my own. The critical part gets handled by Paddle anyway. And all existing course solutions out there were either way too complicated, had 1000 features, where I only needed 3, or just super ugly
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† 10h
Why do you regret it? I could’ve started actually selling courses a lot easier by using something like Gumroad for sure, but now that I have it I think it’s pretty good to have all courses in one place
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† 10h
I built my own platform and thought about open sourcing it. I want to have all my courses in one central platform and required some custom VAT invoicing stuff before I moved to paddle
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† 17h
Replying to @petericebear
You would probably need to compile libssh/openssl to web assembly in order to connect from there. Should be possible, but I personally skipped the openssl part in Tinkerwell too, as it was not working out of the box
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @kunicmarko20 @symfony
The docs are open source, together with how the code snippet stuff works but I wanna blog about the process and it might also be pretty cool for a conference talk, yeah :) Not sure about open sourcing everything, since some parts are from the Tinkerwell desktop app
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @kunicmarko20 @symfony
Thank you! Adding support for symfony itself wouldn’t be that hard I think. But the amount of work I put into the Laravel documentation with all these code samples is what makes this so much work
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @kunicmarko20 @symfony
The tinkerwell desktop app will allow generic applications in the next version (so tinkering with symfony for example) - the web version is currently limited to Laravel.
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @arukomp @laravelphp
Yeah that’s coming in the next update. Basically sublime text keybindings
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @miadey @laravelphp
It does! There are a lot of other examples in the docs
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @jagDanJu
Nope. Also works on mobile browsers. Works perfectly fine on my iPhone or iPad.
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @m1guelpf @jbrooksuk
That’s James
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Yes! This is all running right in the browser using web assembly. Pretty crazy, right?
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
It’s an in memory SQLite database :)
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @joecampo @laravelphp
Yeah I’ll change that. I wasn’t think of the windows users there, sorry :D
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Replying to @johnwbaxter
I did say that, yeah. Most likely in January. The plugins only work in combination with a valid app installed, so that won’t work stand-alone, sorry
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
Okay, might be some weird codemirror rendering issue. Try pressing the space bar for example, this should force codemirror to refresh the view
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Marcel Pociot πŸŽ† Dec 13
I wouldn’t add it on the docs site itself, as the wasm file is big and quite memory and cpu hungry. But I’m sure it could work with links to specific snippets for example
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