Local Static File Server for custom widget HTML/CSS/JS
If Freeter would run a static file server in the background, users could load their own CSS / JS / HTML as widgets that are served from this server.
To give an idea of the flow:
User clicks "Add Widget"
User clicks "Custom"
User is presented with a config screen where they can enter custom CSS, HTML and JS code and a name for their widget
Once user has clicked "Done", Freeter adds the CSS/HTML/JS to a static file server under the path
Freeter treats this widget the same as a website widget, except the code is local, not external
Hope that made sense
At first glance it looks interesting. But one must have the possibility to set a port for the local file server, if it should react as a regular webserver (without any scripting features thou). Because some developers would have own local webserver runnings for test purpose already.