Learn2JS

I've updated the Learn2JS shell, which makes it easy to get started writing client-side Javascript.

  • Added eslint tags and an initial config, so you can check for errors while editing.
  • Switched from a Python web server to light-server on Node; even though the shell doesn't use Node directly, it seems more consistent.
  • Added Canvas class to simplify setting up and drawing on HTML canvas.

Any suggestions or feedback? I just use this myself to script things quickly, but I'm happy to enhance it into a better learning tool.

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