My result: There are quite a few really good ones. Developers call them Playgrounds. Playgrounds are the newest hit for front end developers and designers. They allow us to play around with code and see the live results while also being able to interact with it. It removes all the hurdles to actually getting started with coding! I wanted to see if I could make use of those playgrounds to run OpenUI5!
So, if you like front end playgrounds and do have a preference already, check out my greenfield OpenUI5 examples to get you started very quick:
Kind of, I added the current version (1.24.5) to the packages. You can find it in the packages browser by clicking on "Find and add external libraries" on the right menu bar. Nevertheless, you'd need to add the data attributes to the script tag - which is unfortunate.