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Blockly is a web-based, visual programming editor. Users can drag blocks together to build programs. We use it in our coding interfaces for the block-coding part.
License : Apache 2.0
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JSCPP is a portable and lightweight C++ interpreter that can be run in browsers. It is the core of our Arduino simulator.
License : MIT
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Skulpt is a Javascript implementation of Python that runs in your browser. It is the core of our micro:bit simulator and our Python interface.
License : Python License
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create.withcode.uk lets you write, run, debug and share python code in a web browser. It largely inspirated our micro:bit simulator.
License : GNU GPL-3.0
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CodeMirror is a versatile text editor implemented in JavaScript for the browser. It is specialized for editing code in different languages. We use it in our coding interfaces for the text-coding part.
License : MIT
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I18next is an internationalization-framework written in and for JavaScript. We use it to translate our platform.
License : MIT
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file-input is an enhanced HTML 5 file input for Bootstrap with file preview for various files, multiple selection, and more. It is used in the Vittamap editor when adding images and videos.
License : Bootstrap-fileinput
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WysiBB is a very simple and functional WYSIWYG BBCode editor based on jQuery. WysiBB has the ability to convert HTML textarea fields to editor instances. As a result, the WysiBB returns clean and correct bbcode. We use it to edit tutorials.
License : CC BY-NC 4.0
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jQuery is a fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library. This makes DOM manipulation and event handling a lot easier. This library facilitates the work of Vittascience developers.
License : MIT
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