First of all, it’s great to see people putting in their free time to build cool things, it is highly appreciated! Thanks a lot for all your dedication, really.
One important thing I must address that (at least speaking for myself) we can not possibly ever encourage the usage of any tools that handle private keys in an online on-browser context for obvious security reasons. Especially key generators were used in certain protocols already to cause major damage to fundholders, the same amounts to calling contracts and pasting private keys to some website for that.
I assume you have only the best intentions, please do not get me wrong, the tools are cool. But in the interest of the whole crypto community, it should never be established as good practice to use things like this. (One would of course be free to built such a handy tool for oneself to use, it’s actually a good training ! )
I really didn’t mean to discourage anyone here, really. It’s just if people get used to these things and you won’t rip them off, it is guaranteed that someone else will, no doubt.
Regarding your questions @vanessa.chain @Vikram : Rather than us losing time to teach you how to built a web-based IDE for aeternity smart contracts and populate it with your accounts, why don’t you just use the one we have already ? http://fireeditor.nikitafuchs.de In the user tab on the right you can create a user with his very own keys and deploy arbitrary contracts. I know, it is not supported yet to import own keys, for reasons mentioned above. But in a few days the waellet integration will be ready, and you will be able to use any of your own accounts on the main- or test network.
Are there any features you are currently missing ? Requests and feedback are always welcome !