1. 22 Nov, 2018 1 commit
  2. 07 Aug, 2018 1 commit
    • Phil Hughes's avatar
      Web IDE & CodeSandbox · 7b4b9e1c
      Phil Hughes authored
      This enables JavaScripts projects to have live previews straight in the
      browser without requiring any local configuration. This uses the
      CodeSandbox package `sandpack` to compile it all inside of an iframe.
      This feature is off by default and can be toggled on in the admin
      settings. Only projects with a `package.json` and a `main` key are
      Updates happen in real-time with hot-reloading. We just watch for
      changes to files and then send them to `sandpack` to allow it to reload
      the iframe. The iframe includes a very simple navigation bar, the text
      bar is `readonly` to stop users navigating away from the preview and
      the back and forward buttons just pop/splice the navigation stack
      which is tracked by a listener on `sandpack`
      There is a button inside the iframe which allows the user to open the
      projects inside of CodeSandbox. This button is only visible on
      **public** projects. On private or internal projects this button
      get hidden to protect private code being leaked into an external
      public URL.
      Closes #47268
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