Glitch’s one-click “Remix” button is great. As a platform, we are using it to help our extension developers / partners to start building with our API as quickly as possible.
There is only one missing feature that is keeping us from having Glitch act as a one click extension environment: The Glitch URL.
Our OAuth2 API requires client-id, client secret and a callback URL. We can pass the first two via the remix button’s params. But the callback URL is the missing link, the last piece, the missing cornerstone in an otherwise complete triumvirate of one-click awesomeness!
A naive implementation would be to let me pass a subdomain as another param (which I tried, unsuccessfully). If it’s taken, proceed with random URL assignment, or fail with ugly error. The onus would be on the developer to generate a sufficiently random subdomain.
This might result in major increased virality for Glitch, too