06-20-2011 09:33 AM
06-20-2011 11:31 AM
I would like to use my Visual Studio 2010 to start developing my first WebWorks applications. But it seems there isn't any support, yet
You'll likely want to check out our latest blog article talking about our tooling direction for WebWorks
06-20-2011 11:52 AM
Hm, yes I read this before my first post, but I could really believe that this is the replacement for the plugins. I mean, it's only a emulator and I have to to all the compiling, writing, signing stuff from hand.
2. Open a command prompt to the folder location containing the bbwp.exe command line utility.
That's not really I expect from a "IDE"
But I will give it a chance
06-20-2011 12:11 PM
Correct.. we don't expect Ripple to be an IDE.. You can use Visual Studio 2010 for writing your application. Ripple will do compiling, signing, and emulation
07-01-2011 01:10 PM
will Ripple do this only within Windows? Since its a Chrome plugin I can run it under Linux. Will it working within Linux for compiling and all this stuff in the feature?