This version uses the plain RegExp object. In a later version, you
should get syntax coloring and more colors in the log, get the
position within the regular expression where a parse error occurs, and
also "incremental execution" (don't you hate it, when you don't know
why a regex doesn't match?).
Since I've got tons of other ideas, I'm mostly interested in feedback
on the user interface.
Further: this is the first project, I've used JSB bindings. And I must
say it's perfect when creating a webapp! It's probably also very
suitable for creating widgets/controls.
This is the third one of these I've seen today. I'm going to have to
play with them all to find out which one I like the most. ;-)
> Since I've got tons of other ideas, I'm mostly interested in feedback
> on the user interface.
It's slick. The border-highlighting is a bit over the top though.
It's cool that you wrote it in such a small amount of code.
> Further: this is the first project, I've used JSB bindings. And I must
> say it's perfect when creating a webapp! It's probably also very
> suitable for creating widgets/controls.
I'm glad you like JSB. It's the way I like to script HTML interfaces
too! If there are any features that you think need to be added then let
I'm still reviewing the UI, so let me know if you have more findings.
RegexMate is definitely a standout, and is immediately in my top five
for web-based (which includes my own, RegexPal, and Rex V, which Dean
mentioned). I'm not sure what you mean by "incremental execution," but
that sounds interesting.