First of all, I'm extremely like C2, it's implementation and idea. And I want to thank its talented creators and its friendly community
For almost two decades I'm playing video games and I always wanted to make few. Being software developer for years I know how many things C2 hiding from ua, wrapping all that boring stuff, js flaws, math, management and browser specific issues. That's amazing!
I'm curious, is there any plans (maybe for C3 everybody is talking about) to add a programming support? Not only as plugins, but inside of IDE?
Source files. methods, reusability, optimization, arrays, source control, monospace font!
Again, being developer I know how powerful raw-text code is. It's not an accident that all professionals eventually prefers pure text tools, command line interfaces, etc. Obviously, IDEs and GUIs are great at helping and essential for beginners. But there is a big difference between "no programming required" and "no programming available at all" products.
Sorry for this outcry, but I'm really like C2 and I want to stick with it, so I really need a hope that one day I will be able to code there, not only writing giant expressions in tiny text boxes.
It really feels like it is fairly easy to do, at least at some extend, as C2 already supports a lot to evaluate and highlight expressions. Few keywords, methods creations, distinction between classes and instances and reference documents...
Anyway, thanks for product!
Update: examples from my later post, how coded events can look like: [attachment=1:2ju19hjj][/attachment:2ju19hjj]