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Download geometry dash subzero
Download geometry dash subzero3 votes
My Idea is...
You all should not fall for all the bullshit peole set on good/websites/anywhere! Wtf, If you get scammed your own fault! Because YOU didn't listen to it and YOU FUCKING FELL FOR IT1 vote
Hack other players1 vote
Yarn and Webpack
Support Yarn, Webpack1 vote
var db = require('orchestrate')(process.env.ORCHESTRATE_KEY)
exports.tonicEndpoint = async function(request, response)
await db.newPatchBuilder("counts", process.env.TONICMOUNTPATH)
var hits = await db.get("counts", process.env.TONIC_MOUNT_PATH) response.end(hits.body.count.toString())
How big is this package really (with all its dependencies)?
This is a bit tough but say a standard API that npm packages can expose so that runkit can benchmark and compare different packages that implement the same thing. That's probably too hard but maybe there's an idea there.
Another idea would be to determine how many npm packages a package depends on by walking the module dependency tree. This could produce a code volume metric for browser applications. E.g. If you use this package in your browser it will require up to 100 MB to download with all its dependencies!1 vote
Better handling of long console output
More freedom in visualization of console output.
Now it only supports six short strings per page.2 votes
tonicExample in package.json should allow array of strings
tonicExamplekey should allow an array of strings instead of just a string where each string would be separated by a new line delimiter when processed. This will allow to create shorter examples without the need of making a separate. Thanks1 vote
Support scoped npm packages
NPM now supports scoped packages which look like "@scope/packagename"
It seems like currently any packages that depend on a scoped package fail and the user gets an error.
More info here https://docs.npmjs.com/misc/scope5 votes
Improve npm search
Ruby has a great tool for viewing packages by category and then comparing them by total downloads, latest release, project age, how active it is, number of watchers/forks on github, etc. It would be great to have something like this for npm1 vote
Report Style Notepad
Output Only publish mode (hide source code)1 vote
Show readme on "share this code" links
Linking to "share this code" will give you only the code and not the readme underneath.
It should be possilbe to give a parameter to the link so that the readme is shown underneath the code2 votes
Github login5 votes
Deleted notebooks possibly not truly deleted
Upon deleting a notebook, all remnants seem to be removed from Tonic... save that when you create a new notebook and publish under the same name you are informed that the name is already taken: http://share.rockymadden.com/2z2x1h2h1F2l1 vote
a way to secure endpoints would be amazing. then I could move entire node apps to there.2 votes
Allow for more lines of visible output on each code cell
Each code cell seems to be limited to three lines of output before it starts paging. It would be nice to be able to show longer outputs, especially when demonstrating an algorithm or something similar which might include a lot of logging.
An alternative would be to have the console.log outputs leave linebreaks actual linebreaks rather than escaping them to "\n".2 votes
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