@stilkov Client- or server-side? For the concrete problem, there’re solutions on both sides, w/ pros & cons (think indexing, non-JS env.,…).
@stilkov Oh! “Compiling” HTML sends students the wrong signal IMHO. I’d prefer a pre-built HTML template w/ the polyfill (& comment on why).
@stilkov Wait, does that mean your students have to compile their HTML after each iteration? Or is the conversion happening on-the-fly?
@stilkov Not aware of any, but should be simple enough to create one :-)
@stilkov If it has to be pure HTML (sans server), then exactly this is an ideal candidate for iframes or even frames (as ugly as it sounds).
@stilkov Then I fear iframe is your technology of choice (if you want to keep it simple and entry-level friendly).
@mac_nibblet Not sure I understand the question… Migrations of what? Disclaimer: I’m not working on the App Engine team.
@stilkov Hehe, limited supply (as on YouTube w/ all the content ID removals) is a good motivation to watch stuff in foreign languages :-)
@stilkov Does she watch in en-US, tho? My kids watch Caillou in en-US, but only cause they’ve watched the de & es ones on YouTube already.
@spbail The connection is too slow :-( It’s GPRS at best, but enough to get work done, so overall still winning.
@hfmuehleisen Congratulations! Do you share a pre-print? Thanks.
@ndiakopoulos LOL, you better get a good lawyer if your black box’s URL matches /^https?:\/\/www.amazon.com\//i :-)
@ndiakopoulos While I agree it would be interesting, it’s a black box, so during a (long) observation window, their logic may have changed.
@schirra If you don’t mind, I wouldn’t mind to see both ;-) If you don’t want to share things publicly, just DM me (followed you). Thanks!
@schirra Will you share your slides? If not, how could I learn more? Thanks!