I am currently teaching a high school programming class using Chromebooks and we would like to use Glitch.com for our projects.
However, during our first attempt to create a New Project (hello-webpage), the website could not connect to Glitch or the loading project.
We have about 28 students, each with their own Google Account and Chromebook, and they were all able to login to Glitch using their Google account.
After logging into the Dashboard, we attempted to create a New Project. Everyone clicked the New Project button, selected “hello-webpage”, and the website began Loading Project.
However, only half of the class could successfully load their project and begin editing.
The remaining half of the class received errors stating:
“We can’t seem to connect to your project at the moment, apologies. Please try refreshing your browser. if that doesn’t work, contact support and they’ll be able to help you out.”
and “Uh oh, we can’t connect to Glitch, which means your changes aren’t being saved. To keep your changes, copy them to your clipboard, reload, and paste them back in.”
We tried refreshing the browser, logging out and in again, and everything we could think of without success. The internet connection and browser were working properly as we could use them both without issue while waiting for the project to load.
Due to this issue, we were unable to conduct our programming course as planned. Because we would like to utilize Glitch in the classroom as soon as possible, we would like to ask for your support in resolving this issue.
Thank you for your time and effort. @glitch_support