KevScript in the Web editor
In the Kevoree Web Editor you can execute KevScript files directly from your browser.
Execute your KevScript directly from your browser!
Kevoree Registry setting
Every KevScript engine needs to be able to access a Kevoree Registry somewhere in order to resolve the TypeDefinitions and there DeployUnits.
To specify a registry other than the official
https://registry.kevoree.org, you can go to the
/#/settings page of the Web editor here and modify the Kevoree Registry input field.
The editor comes with an auto-complete feature available using
Ctrl-Space depending on the current cursor position.
It also executes the script as-you-type giving you success/error/warning feedbacks directly on the screen.