ATS Tutorials


#1

Hi,

Following up on Hongwei’s ats-as-a-service, I wrote a pandoc plugin for
automating some of the tasks of writing interactive ats tutorials, shown
here https://steinwaywhw.github.io/ats-tutorials/. If you a familiar with
pandoc, then my small script is just a pandoc filter in python, that takes
in a code block in original markdown input, and turn it into interactive or
just highlighted html snippets.

The project home page https://steinwaywhw.github.io/ats-tutorials/ itself
is rendered using this plug-in. Hope it is useful for anyone who want to
write code-related webpages. Contributions are welcomed. The tool is MIT
licensed.


#2

Sadly, there is a https related issue. I hope to fix it soon… for now, it
works with Safari at least. I’m not particularly familiar of how to work
with http requests in a https served pages. Any one has any idea? Please
let me know. Thanks.

UPDATE:

Ok, in Chrome, you need to head over to https://www.ats-lang.org/ first,
when Chrome warns about certificate mismatch, choose to proceed anyway,
dismissing the warning. Then Chrome will remember your choice, and the
tutorial website will work again.On Friday, August 5, 2016 at 3:12:42 PM UTC-4, Steinway Wu wrote:

Hi,

Following up on Hongwei’s ats-as-a-service, I wrote a pandoc plugin for
automating some of the tasks of writing interactive ats tutorials, shown
here https://steinwaywhw.github.io/ats-tutorials/. If you a familiar with
pandoc, then my small script is just a pandoc filter in python, that takes
in a code block in original markdown input, and turn it into interactive or
just highlighted html snippets.

The project home page https://steinwaywhw.github.io/ats-tutorials/ itself
is rendered using this plug-in. Hope it is useful for anyone who want to
write code-related webpages. Contributions are welcomed. The tool is MIT
licensed.