Why not use an HTML block and SCRIPT tags?

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Is jQuickie just another html block? Straight up, you could do it all the hard way using a plain html block. But that is like saying 'Why do I need Concrete5 when I could do the same with php?'.

Consider some of the chores associated with developing script in an html block:

- Typos resulting in JavaScript failures.
- Having to add code for 'if edit mode'
- Having to code exception handlers.
- Having to code ready event handlers.
- Need to load other script resources.

jQuickie wraps your script in common infrastructure like exception handlers, edit mode conditions and ready handlers; loads resources to the header or footer; provides a code editor with syntax highlighting, folding and undo/redo; and uses jsHint to analyse and validate your code.

Like Concrete5 saves you time and mistakes that could be blown on direct php and html coding, jQuickie saves you time and mistakes that could be blown inserting JavaScript into html blocks.

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