Ives van Hoorne

@compuives

Software Developer @ Catawiki

CS Student @ Twente

Eeeevs

Aives

Flip

https://ives.cool

What if I put my local dev environment

on the web?

Before

import Hello from './Hello';
var Hello = require('./Hello').default;

Evaluate

JavaScript

Transpiled

const require = (path) => { };
(0, eval)(transpiledCode)

Limitations

1. Everything needs to be synchronous

2. No parallelization

3. No support for emitting module

- .vue => {.css, .js, .js}

4. No chained loaders

- sass => css => css modules

Now

Evaluate

Files

Transpiled

var

var

var

var

var

var

Workers

Values

1. Lower the learning curve

2. Encourage sharing & discovery

3. Give a local editor experience ™️

Lower the learning curve

Installing tooling should not stand in the way of getting started.

Warnings

Interfacivize everything!

Encourage sharing & discovery

Importing

1. Import from GitHub

https://codesandbox.io/s/github/{{githubUrl}}

2. Import with CLI

npm i -g codesandbox && codesandbox ./

3. Use our API

Local Editor Experience

Monaco Editor

Peng Lyu (@rebornix)

Vetur => monaco-vue

By

Demo!

Thanks contributors!

CompuIves/codesandbox-client

Thank You!

@compuives

Vue Amsterdam

By Ives van Hoorne

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