Utilizing ScriptTag for Efficient Coding in WeWeb Interface & Debugging Processes

In this meeting, the State Changers discussed the use of 'ScriptTag', particularly with WeWeb. The team explained how ScriptTag can be integrated into a web page to allow users to refresh code without needing to republish the page. It was explained how a script source URL link with the code can be attached to the client's WeWeb page. The changes made in this code can be viewed by just refreshing the html page, making the coding process more dynamic. The idea behind this is to make the website development process more efficient by avoiding round trips that require publishing the site every time a change is made. In addition to this, they also mentioned that with this method, the user does not need to edit their code within the limitations of WeWeb's interface.

Furthermore, they covered how a WeWeb snippet can assist in this process, where users can create a new workflow on WeWeb that gets triggered on page load and adds an action for custom JavaScript. The action attaches a script tag to the page, which is then refreshed for updates. They emphasized the advantage of this approach, as it allows changes to be seen in the editor by just refreshing. Finally, the use of 'console.log' for debugging in JavaScript was also discussed. The team elaborated on the ability to run multiple debugging processes simultaneously on 'Xano' and 'ScriptTag'.

(Source: Deep Dive - Javascript for Low-Code 8/2/2023 )

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