I am working on my own YouTube video about Glitch and wanted to know everyone’s description on Glitch. What it is. What you do with it. What you can do with it. What you are planning to do with it. So I can gather up a main description of the service to explain to people who may have never use Glitch before.
Send them via this form: https://forms.gle/vYerL6xQ2FrJ9GyC9
Something like this:
Glitch is a community where people from all over the world can create code and collaborate on projects. I use Glitch to create cool projects like my own custom forum, redesigning my school website for fun and much more…
Would appreciate some input on this
A form would have been better and much easier to handle
My description of Glitch:
A really awesome community of developers and an awesome place to quickly start coding and not worry about hosting. I use Glitch much more often than
localhost because I always find myself in situations where I’m on different devices in different places, and that’s when Glitch comes to rescue, providing a platform to code and host almost anything, with really convenient tools. Waste less time and code more. If Glitch were to shut down, I would be in deep deep trouble, because almost all (read: all) my projects are hosted on Glitch. Great platform for all types and ages of coders, from coding newbies to extreme pros. I can find alternative providing features equal to that of Glitch.
I am pretty impressed I could make a Google form so quickly on holiday in Spain and on a phone
@khalby786 don’t worry about it, great description
UK - > Spain. We thought it was going to be cancelled but it wasn’t so off we went. As I have no laptop and I hate coding on a phone, I am finally getting round to writing the script (kind of - more like a guide for myself) for a video about Glitch.
Good luck! Last year, went to Dubai for 2 months and forgot my laptop at home. Turns out coding on a mobile isn’t too hard, it’s something everyone should do at least once in their lifetime!
2 months!!! Yeah, I’m out here for a week and then we’re going off to Pisa and Rome or something, I don’t even know I can’t remember, for another week.
Have fun and stay safe! I can’t imagine coding without a hardware keyboard
I bet after this whole pandemic is over, I’m sure they’re gonna abolish the saying “home is where the heart is”
I’ll do it after I eat, nice idea! (also off-topic but yay i got regular)
Lol, for me the United States is probably on every travel blacklist. You can’t even drive to Canada for travel right now.
Home is where you quaratine
And an update, you really shouldn’t be traveling to other states in CT:
only place i’ve been is to tescos and thats it, apart from home