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Tryit Editor v3.5 - can i use on my site?

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There's server-side code that supports it, to my knowledge they haven't released that code.

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20 minutes ago, justsomeguy said:

There's server-side code that supports it, to my knowledge they haven't released that code.

You can left click and see the page code (Sorry for my English).

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That's just the client-side part, it will not work properly without server-side code to handle some of the data.

I'm quite sure you would not be allowed to copy their TryIt editor, that would not fall under their fair use categories. https://www.w3schools.com/about/about_copyright.asp

Certainly you're allowed to build your own online code editor from scratch.

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48 minutes ago, Ingolme said:

That's just the client-side part, it will not work properly without server-side code to handle some of the data.

I'm quite sure you would not be allowed to copy their TryIt editor, that would not fall under their fair use categories. https://www.w3schools.com/about/about_copyright.asp

Certainly you're allowed to build your own online code editor from scratch.

Okay, thanks you!)

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