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Jaxit | Javascript's Usuable Console
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Hello there! If you know Python, you probably the console where you can give inputs and make games. Well, I love Javascript, but it is only built for browser applications. Jaxit adds a html <div> that you can interact with like a console.

If you want, you can put Jaxit's JS and CSS files in your program now. If you find any bugs or have anything to add, please comment in this post.

Files

<!-- CSS -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://jaxit.codeverse.repl.co/lib/jaxit.css">

<!-- JS -->
<script src="https://jaxit.codeverse.repl.co/lib/jaxit.js"></script>
<!--or-->
<script src="https://jaxit.codeverse.repl.co/lib/jaxit.min.js"></script>

or with ES6 Modules...

import {createJaxit} from 'https://jaxit.codeverse.repl.co/lib/jaxit.module.js';

//or

import {createJaxit} from 'https://jaxit.codeverse.repl.co/lib/jaxit.module.min.js';

HOW TO USE:

Pretty soon, I will make a new post in the tutorials section about how to use Jaxit. Or maybe I will add it into the index.html file.

Why is it named Jaxit?

Ok, about a month ago, I was trying to make some coder slang word for Javascript, and I said Jaxript. Afterwards, I called my friend and was talking to him about it, and then I accidentally said Jaxit and I figured out that it was easier to say Jaxit.

EDIT:
1. I made the tutorial, and the link is below.
Jaxit Tutorial

Thank you for reading!