[racket] try-racket alternative

From: Jukka Tuominen (jukka.tuominen at finndesign.fi)
Date: Thu Feb 26 19:27:04 EST 2015

Since the topic is expanding further away from "try", I may also add that
even though native Linux, Liitin also has an html5 web interface. It
provides a personal cloud desktop and storage with Racket integration, and
you can also share Racket code easily.

See the web login page at https://liitin.org:8448/

br, jukka

> Floyd Arguello wrote on 02/26/2015 05:58 PM:
>> I like the idea of saving programs through a Google account,
> That might be fine for particular users of this particular app... but,
> as a general comment, for people doing other Web-based apps, using "the
> cloud" in this way is actually a really bad direction for privacy in
> most cases.
> (This is a serious and huge topic, which is mostly outside the scope of
> Racket, and I doubt any of us want to get into the topic here by
> building up from first principles.  I just think that that kind of cloud
> use shouldn't be mentioned in an impressionability-heavy venue like
> this, without someone pointing out that it's not necessarily a good
> general approach.)
> If anyone just wants quick&dirty storage for a Web app (online or
> offline), the easiest thing to consider first is
> "http://mozilla.github.io/localForage/".  You can look at the
> implications from there, but it's one of the easiest and best starting
> points for most Web app casual storage purposes at the moment.
> Neil
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