Both Game Lab and App Lab include both additional libraries and some backend stuff that would be pretty tough for a student to put together. Your best bet would be to use the embed codes to let students stick their Game/App Lab projects into a Web Lab site. You can get the embed code by clicking “Share”, clicking the “Show advanced options” link, and then copy/pasting the embed code into your HTML. Hope that helps.
Thanks Josh! If it just a matter of setting up a canvas and adding some include statements, my advanced students could handle that…I think. But if the libraries are proprietary and/or more involved than the above, embed should work great. I’ll give it a shot. I have the luxury of keeping many of the same kids 6th- 8th and some of their aptitudes surprise me! Thanks for the opportunity!
Another approach is to use our project export feature in App Lab, which gives you a zip of the whole project, libraries included. It’s a bit buggy, but generally works - the only major caveat is none of the data commands work in an exported project because you’re no longer connected to our services. We’ve got a blog post with details here http://teacherblog.code.org/post/159273548404/new-feature-export-your-app-lab-code
We should eventually have something similar for Game Lab, but it’s not on our development calendar any time soon.
I have students this semester ALREADY asking how will they add their game to their webpage. THANK YOU SO MUCH for instructions on finding embed link!!