I don’t know if this is possible, but it would be great if you could add links to external folders to the Hype resources library.
This wouldn’t need to have the same file tracking functionality that linking an individual resource currently does (i.e. that Hype can detect whether a file within these folders has been edited or not). Just so that in testing and on publishing the Hype project to HTML, the relative paths between Hype and this folder’s contents could be maintained.
<object width="1024px" height="768px" data="my_widget_folder/widget1.html"></object>
Obviously, however, Hype can’t see this folder while I’m developing the app, as anything other than a file within Hype’s own hypeDocument.resourcesFolderURL(), or a static online URL won’t be seen when previewing the project in a browser.
which would link to a folder on your machine for testing, and on publishing your Hype project to HTML, create a copy of this folder as it stands within your Hype root directory so that the relative paths remained the same.
Does this make any sense?
Thanks in advance