well, i've read somewhere that the js code is uploaded to the board and interpreted...
Am i right?
i've "loose" my source code, is it possible to download the code loaded in the board?
Yes, it is! Just type dump() on the left-hand side.
It may not be exactly what you entered, but it'll be really close.
it saves me a lot of time to compare with old versions.
by the way,
What is the idea behind the "Project" area?
I find it's more confuse about the place for code than a real help for storing code...
I suppose i do not use it in the good way..
Ahh - good use case for it. Yes, it'd be great when comparing differences.
It's tricky - it depends how you're used to coding. The Project feature does lots of stuff but the UI isn't that polished. A lot of people use it for storing modules locally, where it works really well and is very simple to set up.
You can then split your project up into lots of modules that you can store and edit locally.
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