Friday, December 1st, 2006

htmlPlayground: GWT based reference guide

Category: Google, Showcase

htmlPlayground is an XHTML, CSS reference with example + starting point of Web 2.0 Code editor written by Zsolt Georgescu using GWT.

HTML tags and CSS properties, the most common technologies used in making web pages connected each with an example what you can see in action in the online code editor. With our on-line HTML Code editor you can edit the examples and experiment with the code on-line.

htmlPlayground

Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:15 pm
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good job, Zsolt!

Comment by bb — December 1, 2006

Nice stuff :)

Comment by Narven — December 1, 2006

Try here
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Comment by Zsolt Georgescu — December 1, 2006

This is very interesting. I’ve been wondering how long it would take before somebody created an online code editor.

Comment by The Geek — December 1, 2006

GWT Live Demo

Ajaxian links to Google Web Toolkit reference guide HTMLPlayground.com. I’ve played a little bit with Google’s Web Toolkit, but I’m not an expert on it, by any stretch of the imagination. I just don’t like Java very much….

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