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Add "run code" button for mobile use
I find miself using tonicdev on mobile more often lately for quickly checking code samples. However, there is no easy way to enter "shift + enter" from the virtual keyboard. It would greatly increase usability if a "run" button had been added to the interface alongside code boxes.3 votes
We already show a Run button on mobile browsers. Which browser are you using?
Specify a package version
I would like to specify the version of a package that is required.8 votes
Support for node v4
Currently only node 0.10, 0.12 and iojs 2.3 are supported. Any plan to add node 4?52 votes
Captitalize npm correctly
On the footer, in the example ("Welcome"), and probably other places1 votecompleted · AdminPieter Ouwerkerk (Admin, Tonic) responded
Thanks again for catching this. We replaced all the instances of “NPM” with “npm” last night.
Read .tonic from npm module to prefill code-box
As an npm module provider I would like to give users a better starting point by prefilling the tonic code box.
For that purpose I suggest providing a .tonic file in the root-level of an npm module, so that my module consumers could just go ahead with a runnable demo app by navigating to tonicdev.com/npm/mymodule.14 votes
Just add “tonicExample” or “tonicExampleFilename” to your package.json. Read more here: https://tonicdev.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/765846-how-do-i-customize-the-example-for-my-npm-package
Support all ES6/7 features
Babel's REPL https://babeljs.io/repl/ supports ES6/7 features, but it cannot import packages from npm;
Tonic can require packages from npm, but is missing many ES6 features.
Can Tonic process notebooks with Babel to add support for the latest language features?30 votes
It would be great if you could embed a Tonic notebook on another page so that you can run node.js code on any website.9 votes
We recently announced this feature: http://blog.tonicdev.com/2015/09/30/embedded-tonic.html
Docs here: https://tonicdev.com/docs/embed
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