In order to learn a few things I’ve been trying to work on the Safe Web App, and have now added the features I was working on, if anyone’s interested. The main one is just saving the randomly generated MD address in the app’s own container, so that it can be returned to. I think some of the other language tutorials have this anyway. The app also has the ability to edit entries, and includes some UI bits to help with this, although the UI is deliberately left a bit clunky to best reflect the code.
I know some of the Maidsafe guys were asking for feedback on the main forum, and I think I, and others I’ve spoken to with more experience, would have appreciated a little more high level explanation of how things fit together, partly in relation to JS helpers, dependencies etc. and also, particularly for those more used to working with servers, how the Safe network fits into things. I imagine the web app would be the first port of call for many people starting out on Safe, so it seems particularly important in this case.
I’ve got various ideas of where to go with this, including eventually writing some tutorials, but in the meantime if anyone’s struggling like me this might give a few clues to getting a step closer to something useful. I can’t promise the code is ‘good’, but I think it’s all at least reasonably clear, and it worked the last time I checked.