Help in testing mockup development

I need some assistance in testing a mock-up of the app described below.  I basically just need to see if someone can edit this project or create a new one with some basic mockup components to get started with.  Please advise further.  Assistance is greatly appreciated.

In the end, the full project will have these capabilities:

This will be a simple html5 application with a single page of code (the simpler the better), that performs the basic function of differentiating one person's face from another and allowing the review of previous faces.

1. Take a picture.
2. Understand whether I have taken a picture of this person before (y/n), with notes about that person below the picture.
3. Auto-review people by swiping back-forth between them.
4. The picture should be day, date, and time stamped at the top (ex. Friday, June 5 2015 at 1:29 am)

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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented: shows it is for mocking up design, not mocking up programming.

As for your requirements, if you think it, it can be done.  It is all programming.  All of your requirments except #2 have been done many times.  How you recognize if you took somebody's picture already could be by the fact you had to manually enter in their name or facial recognition but you may have some privacy issues.

In any case, I think you will be able to find people here will help you debug your code, but not prototype for you as we are all volunteers and that type of function is what you would pay a professional to do for you.
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Ok, I'll head over to for that part then. Thank you!

Do you know of a good web-based repository site that saves files in addition to code?  We currently use because it allows web-based storage, is free, and allows for some chatting over the particular slice of code.

However, a web-based repository that saves files in addition to code would be helpful.
Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
If it's working for you then continue using it.

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frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Very interesting...  Still testing where to put the code. 

cosidering but still up in the air based on my comparison.
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
How do I do I share this line of commenting in ?
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
So far, not finding a solution to storing code with other associated files, free, and capable of sharing
Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
koding - create your vm - create files in the ide. It is all built in
Koding and c9 and the like are going to be the only all in one IDE/VM for testing.

dropbox/onedrive/google drive : Code locally in your favorite IDE.  Code is auto synced between any machine with permissions to that folder.  This is good for 1 user with multiple devices or a very small number of coders keeping in communication to what files they are working on.  Not so great for a large team.  If you want a browser based IDE, there are plenty today.  

jsbin/jsfiddle/codepen are essentially the same thing.  If you are not willing to pay $90 (at least for jsbin) you can't really save for a project.  

bitbucket/git hub is really  meant as a code repository for ANY type of code.  Linux just happens to be more popular than windows because of the open source.  While you can't update other peoples code online, you can update  your own.  This group is better for teams of coders.  It is a bit more complex as the idea is to not edit code directly and instead to merge edits.  That way if something breaks, you can go back.  Bitbucket is free for up to 5 users.  Github is free for open source projects.
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Scott thank you.

The first group ( and have been tested.  Do you know of any more IDE solutions besides those two?  They are terribly slow in terms of bring up your environment.
Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I have briefly tested koding and really liked it for what it is.    As for speed you may be referring to starting up the vm each time?  It does not take much longer than starting up wamp/mamp.

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frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Yeah, pretty slow.  Still researching solutions here.
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