# User Portlet

b3m2a1 ​
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I'm well aware of that, but mostly I don't care. This was a fun side project for me, but I didn't sink enough time into it to make it worth figuring out some easy way for others to supply their own credentials inside the link. I've done that for my...
Glad to see this is finally out. One big question: I'd like to render arbitrary chunks of Mathematica code, but don't necessarily want to make a cloud notebook for each one. Anyway to get around this? Interactivity in terms of things like...
I can work around most little bugs I run into in the core Kernel itself--and Kernel bugs just make me reimplement functionality, which means I have a more robust implementation that I understand in the end--but there are many things in the FE I can't...
When will the WolframNotebookEmbedder get a documented API? This is still [sadly not there](https://www.npmjs.com/package/docs/NotebookAPI.md). Is the thing properly supported now? I remember trying to use it ~6 months ago and it didn't work then. ...
Oops as @ShenghuiYang noted that should have an l at the end but I just mistyped. I'll fix it.
How can this toolchain be used to make an actual book? It looks like there's some stuff for adding content tags and there's a stylesheet and some FE resources, but the actual code doesn't seem to have anything handling distribution.
Here's some of my stuff for this: https://b3m2a1.github.io/making-a-website-with-easyide.html https://b3m2a1.github.io/making-a-blog-in-30-minutes.html https://b3m2a1.github.io/building-websites-with-mathematica.html ...
#Cross-Post [Here](https://b3m2a1.github.io/making-a-website-with-easyide.html) --- A common thing that people want to do one they have a nice bit of code is that they way to share it with the world. That was me ~2 years ago and so I went out,...
Currently there's nothing like a debugger, but I think its best feature is that it provides a flexible plugin/toolbar system and access to a lot of package development work I've done that allows you to hook other code and packages into it. As an...
If you look inside the things: RubiksCubes`RubiksCube @ 4, "Origin" -> {0., 0., 0.}, "Colors" -> { RGBColor[0.4, 0.4, 0.4], RGBColor[0.291989, 0.437977, 0.888609], RGBColor[0.800498, 0.201504, 0.192061], ...