Try out https://goplay.space/ it is a sligtly more advanced go playground with some nice features like:
- Syntax coloring
- Runs go imports before execution so it automagically updates import (…)
- Contex sensitive help by double clicking on functions and packages in code
Neat! I will show this to a young person I know who’s just getting into programming on his RaspPi.
‘Turtle Mode’ is quite ingenious … memories of LOGO in my youth. Have you considered making a package that could parse this and render into a native window (GOOS=linux or win32) somehow so these programs could also run the same way offline?
Thanks. But I’m not the author. I just found it
Sounds really great! I can’t wait til I am advanced enough to use it!
A playground is for very basic things. For Raspberry Pi consider using LiteIDE wich is a complete IDE for Golang (yes, you can do cross compiling). Se here how to install.
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