Totally agree !For education, that would be great tools !I'm a french STEM teacher and instructor for teacher, for kids from 9 to 19, my software (Blockly@rduino) is very popular in France & Quebec too (they are just discovering Arduino for Education ! That's great : http://recitmst.qc.ca/arduino/).And what we need :integrate your plugin in web browser : when PC are totally 'frozen', with a portable browser and a plugin in it we can work without installing anything....use plugin to upload to IDE Arduino installed on computer if someone prefer use itintegrate your editor like a plugin in a web page, that's what I did with CodebenderAnd as said : Fritzing + simulator !!!Thanks a lot for your work !
@Osqui this is because of popular the contest https://www.hackster.io/challenges/arduino-microsoft-maker. I hope the more users will add content the more the website will be open to other platform.
Hi @mamu, we are working on that right now, you'll have a version that you can use with screens less than 1024px hopefully in the next few days, but please note that the app is not optimized for touchscreens.
Hi @mamu, an iPad plugin is not yet in our road map but I am adding it in the wish-list, thank you for your feedback!
This is probably low on the list of things to work on, but the AsciiDoc markup was not working yet.