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Speaker has created an mp5 player. Speaker shares their idea of a community of stuff. Speaker and their friends created a new js app called play out Jas.

Speaker is a big fan of the internet and wants to be able to create and manage sandboxes. They have full integration with Js and code sandboxes.

They are building a first-class integration of played. The new app store and enhances multiplayer is called Scrap Ide.

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  • code sandbox
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  • toxin web components

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Alright, so this is the second break session of this Cipher.

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So this week I want to talk about in the this way move.

All right, so I got this email.

I think a couple of days ago and I want And to looks cool.

So it's a service that I have used before in the past quite a bit actually and yeah, so as wanted to get the word out just in case of you didn't happen to see it.

Yeah sure my screen.

Whatever it is that you're working on.

Hopefully you make some progress.

So, I have actually, I am almost done with this social shares from the previous from yesterday's radio show.

So that's getting out there and getting stuff uploaded to like Twitter and Instagram and stuff like that.

So I still have to send out the text blasts to like radio promoters in the people who sign up for the mailing list and then also tagged the artists that we played in our Instagram post.

So Word.

So a couple more things.

I am almost done.

Then I can move on to other things.

All right, share my screen.

Do cool.

So, here we go.

So, this is a code sandbox dot IO.

Before I forget.

Let me add this link.

Do the add link section?


All right, so code sandbox.

It's how could I, will they say where teams build faster together?

So, what it is that it's like an online in the browser IDE where you can code and get projects done.

Lets, you know, let me do a quick thing real quick.

But let us see.

So, what is the sandbox?

So, you can see a Sandbox game, you shared with the click, your friends team.

Our colleagues can join in or view your Creation with just a URL.

So it's pretty cool.

So no setup.

The same box and you know set up use a template to Kickstart your projects.

That was too quick or start from a GitHub repo and begin coding in seconds.

So all this is done in the browser.

So you create what I believe is like an instance in their cloud system.

So it's like you create a project on their computers in the cloud and with that you're able to Create work on your code and you can share it and so well, liked about them as well, is that you could?

Oh, so.

All right, couple things.

It's a nice collaborative.

Like a Google doc or code, so you can multiple working on it, it updates live so that your changes are instant so you can have like the preview window open and as you code things, it shows up on Mac weeks, pretty cool.

And they can share it with people and stuff, so they can check it out as well.

So, I use it for, like, sometimes.

We're Conditions, when I need to set up like an angular environment or view or react, I did it for when I was doing web components that toxin web components.

And I want to show How to use web components in different Frameworks, so I would use that.

And so that way, it's just kind of easier for people to check out without having to download and setup and do a bunch of things.

So, yeah, cool.

Timex Credo and you can see who uses it as well.

Go from anywhere.


This is what we're going to talk about here.

But before I do that, let me kind of show you what it looks like if you're not familiar.

So code box set code sandbox dot IO.

So you click this.

And so you're able to have a template to start off with.

So yes, we have all sorts.

That's pretty cool next to.

Yes, Gatsby.

And then always felt big fan of svelte Apollo server serving by want to get into like graphql stuff.

So it's cool.

If you want to just kind of start off without having to download a bunch of stuff to your local machine and things.

So I MP5 yeah, much is a pretty cool.

What is this?

And then you can also create your own and so there's like a community of stuff so you can search for them.

So let us go ahead and let us move it fast felt.

Let us try spelt.

And so what happened is spinning up instance on their cloud and Bam?

There you go.

So you guys felt project ready to play around with cool.

So yeah, so that's what it is.

All right, now, I the eaten this I have used before in the past.

But the thing I wanted to show is think I got an email about and it's called played that JS.

And so for what I do, you know, just let me just read it.

So this is the Person who created it.

And so here is like an example of it.

So in summary played out Jas is like an app for iPhones and iPads to where you can basically have code sandbox on your iPod iPad and iPhones or what have you and so that way you can coat all the goodness that you can only do on the web.

You can do now and iPads and iPhones through the app.

It's pretty cool.

So all the same As collaborative coding and all that other stuff and sharing and pulling in from like GitHub or using templates to create a project.

You can do all that from your idevice there with all my devices.

I don't know.

All right, so it looks like it all started off with.

They acquired play that Js.

From a developer by the name of Marcos.

And so they have been hard at work, getting them to work together.

And so, Just recently.

There was to get it done.

And so it says, from today, you can edit sandboxes directly from played at JS.

While Real Time, collaborating with anyone from code sandbox, using your iPad or iPhone.

And so Yeah, so they have a bunch of stuff.

They talk about collaborating in real time.

It's pretty cool.

Here's some stuff here is a little video.

You can check out.

And so you can see people working on it together.

He's seeing the changes as they happen live.

So it's pretty cool.

Like I am a big fan of like the internet and being able to collaborate and do things.

So I thought this was cool.

So, you know if you want to check it out and have it, I device or have you can but I wonder I have never tried it, but I wonder if you could still go into code sandbox and go into like Chrome or I don't know if Safari or Firefox and just use the web browser.

I don't know, but I am sure it's probably more optimized through the application, so through the app.

So now cool.

So you can create and manage sandboxes.

So what's next is now that they have full integration?

We play JS and code sandbox.

I guess you can work on sandboxes directly from your iPad or iPhone cool.

So you got that now, and so they have been at hard work for the last eight months.

Wow on a new type of project and there are close to announcing it.

So yes, we're built.

So they're building a first-class integration of played JS as well.

And so they said they will now see about two or three months.

So look forward to that.

What I also noticed here is that there was no link to the actual app store though.

They call it Apple App Store for the thing, but it wasn't the email.

So I am going to go ahead and just show it here.

And, so I yeah, it's pretty cool.

It's actually number 35.

It looks like in developer tools and it's only available on app store for iPhone and iPad.


And so yeah, the only modern Scrap IDE for iOS and enhances multiplayer.

That's funny.

Oh, and then you can do different runtimes.

All right, so you can.

Okay, that's cool.

So all you need to run and test your applications locally.

All right.

So what does run times?

I wonder if it meant like other, I guess, just node I guess for now.

Oh, it's your mind.

That's another tool.

I will probably talk about that on another break session.

But for right now, I want to focus on this and then yeah, so get integration and support for cloning committing pushing and pulling Branch creation and SSH repository support.

That's cool.

So I wonder, that's pretty cool.

So if anybody is you ever tried this, you know, what do you think?

Let me know.

So let me I am going to post a link to everything as well.

So, you will be able to see it in the link section of the recorded video.

Here the super-long App Store address.

Oh, that one.

Who that really?

I have got a Work on here on a dashboard that when they add super long links, to kind of like trim that down.

Because wow, it just my whole dashboard.

Just got a stretched.

All right, cool.

And say, these links here.

All right.

So when this video is over, you will be able to check it out.

Alright, I am afraid of hitting the back button.

All right.

So cool.

That's going to be it for this.

So just wanted to go over.

It looks pretty cool.

So if you ever get a chance to playing with Play dot JS, let me know what you think.

But I yeah, it's pretty cool.

All right, so I think that's going to be it.

Let me get you all back to work.

When we come back, I want to talk about, I want to go over.

Unless there's someone who wants to do a show and tell I wanted to actually go over an Artist website and it's kind of interesting.

They look like they just dropped the project today and it's causing all sorts of like Fanfare and things.

So a lot of attention being drawn to us.

I figured let us check out the artist website.

So yeah, cool.

Let me see.

What else?

What else is there?

I think that's it.

Just sitting up here, my whole dashboard got all messed up.

So I am just trying to figure this out.

All right.

It's always something.

All right, cool.

All right.

Good and get this working.

So, yeah, I think that's going to be it again.

Thank you all for hanging out and get you back to work.

Let me stop the screen share.

All right, cool.

Oh, yeah.

Wow it, wow, okay.

All right.

So, yeah, there's something I need to look into fixing.

So that's good to know.

All right.

Mental note.


So again, thank you all for hanging out.

Let me get you back to work.

And once again, hopefully everything is going well on your end.

If there's anything you need, feel free to reach out.

Share my screen.

With audio cool.

And then, yeah, I think that's gonna be it.

Thank you all.

You should see my video.

Like, it's like I have to scroll left and right to be able to see everything, like it's that link just really stretched everything out Shasta.



All right, that's set.


All right.

Thank you.


Once again, I am out of here.

15 minutes after hour.

We're going to take a look at an artist website.

Alright, thanks again.

Y'all be easy hoops.

Did I not click the link?

I thought I did know.

I didn't.