I think you might be most interested in RacketScript, available on the package
server. It compiles racket into JS.
Haven’t used it myself, but I probably will, the next time I need something
written in JS.
> On Feb 10, 2018, at 08:17, 'Paulo Matos' via Racket Users
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am far from being a web dev so please bear with me. I need to do a
> simple web interface with two text areas side-by-side in order to
> test-drive a commercial product from a web interface. The user writes on
> the left side. The content is driven through a server side app (in
> racket but I don't think it matters for this use case) and the output is
> shown on the right-most box.
> This is similar, although not necessarily as complex as the Compiler
> Explorer: https://gcc.godbolt.org/
> Compiler Explorer is written in NodeJS (with layout by Golden Layout).
> That's a non-starter. I look at the source (available in github) and
> doesn't say much.
> I am curious, could this be potentially written in pure racket? I have
> heard of Whalesong as a sort of racket replacement to JS.
> Any references to how to even start implementing something like this in
> Kind regards,
> Paulo Matos
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