GeoGebra HTML/JavaScript version offline for developement

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Hey,

as the GeoGebra Java application and the GeoGebra applet don't always produce exactly the same result (especially when it comes to scripting with JavaScript), creating a material becomes extremely annoying, because everytime you want to change something you have to reupload it.

Is there a simple GeoGebra-HTML/JavaScript environment that one can use offline, just unpack, copy the content of the ggb-zip-file to and open an HTML file? That way I could edit the script, press F5 and see how it works with the new script before uploading it. I can only find the exam version as HTML/JavaScript to download.


Best regards,

Stefan

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You can download any worksheet from geogebra.org as offline worksheet (.zip), unzip it and in the source of the HTML file replace

"ggbBase64":"UEsxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"

with

"filename":"xxx.ggb"

Cheers,

Zbynek

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You can download any worksheet from geogebra.org as offline worksheet (.zip), unzip it and in the source of the HTML file replace

"ggbBase64":"UEsxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"

with

"filename":"xxx.ggb"

Cheers,

Zbynek

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Thanks, that helps a lot! Is there a way to use the unpacked ggb file? In Chrome Debugger it's difficult to even find the dynamically generated JavaScript unpacked from the zip file.

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