I’ve started to develop a web-version of devul.
The idea is letting people try out “the devul concept”, namely Type Now, Edit Later!, without having to download & install anything.
It is even more minimalistic than the desktop version of devul. For example, it does not create any files. Instead, you have to copy&paste the result (shown after pressing the “Done” button) yourself.
- Internet Explorer support (tested with FireFox and Chrome so far, I guess it should work on Safari and Opera also)
- Copying the text to clipboard when pressing “Done”
- Beginning in “Pause mode“, as the desktop version does
- Mailing the result text somewhere
Of course, the text does not show until you press "Done"
I sketched a “Powered by devul”-banner (165×70 pixels) last night, after I got the idea for it from maloki.
The idea is that you put it on your blog if you use devul, with a link back to the devul home page. The image is licensed CC_by_sa.
Update: If you want a smaller banner, here’s a 80×15 version:
I put a little effort into building a Setup for devul. So now it’s even easier to try devul out! 🙂
To get some kind of “home” for all devul material, I put together a devul page in the menu to the left.
David suggested adding some devul banners. So I played with a couple of 80×15 sketches tonight.
Some explanation: The top one is simply “devul“. The second one, T.N.E.L., stands for “type now, edit later”, the devul “slogan”.
Three and four features a reduced version of TNEL: “type” and “TYPE“.
What do you think?