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@IroncladDev
17-year-old Fullstack Developer from the countryside. I enjoy building with AI, developing websites, and creating browser-based JS games.
Whitewright Texas, United States
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  • My website

    Cover page
    Made with HTML, CSS, JS

    I just rebuilt my website, which is located at https://connerow.dev! The entire project took over three months to build, and I'm really glad about how it turned out.

    I do realize that this is in an iframe, but I had to do that since I'm hosting my site on vercel.

    Any and all feedback will be appreciated.

    Recent comments (207)
    boston2029
    boston2029
    2 months ago

    Problem: if you scroll down and click the arrow in the middle of the screen then it just jumps down a fixed amount of pixels and not to an actual element

    VulcanWM
    VulcanWM
    2 months ago

    amazing as usual!

    hecker40
    hecker40
    2 months ago

    Much better πŸ‘

    RayAtReplit
    RayAtReplit
    2 months ago

    πŸ‘‘

    IroncladDev
    IroncladDev
    2 months ago

    Some of you guys reported that my website was running really laggy on your machine, and I finally figured out why.

    On every scroll event, the entire website would re-render, triggering a ton of unnecessary calculations.

    Also included in this update are:

    • An improved "About me", coding journey, and some new projects added to my showcase
    • Smoother animations
    • New photo of me
    • Cleaner Contact Page

    Once more, I do realize that this Repl is just an iframe. The real website can be found at https://connerow.dev.

    Let me know what you think!

    RomanMagyar
    RomanMagyar
    5 months ago

    Wow you made a website! I'm Inspird Cool!

    ezLvids
    ezLvids
    5 months ago

    How do i make one? i suck it coding lol.

    AlexanderBonk
    AlexanderBonk
    5 months ago

    That's really cool

    huntedkitty
    huntedkitty
    5 months ago

    Hey there, nice website

    mh4d
    mh4d
    6 months ago

    Hey bro nice website but how did you link the 404 page to every page that doesn't exist

  • Intercepter

    Cover page
    Made with HTML, CSS, JS

    Battle against legions of enemies, blow things up, and overwhelm the enemy in this action-packed, and outrageously fun shooter game!

    Thanks to @VulcanWM, @codingMaster398, and @fySllswdy for helping me do some beta testing.

    Enjoy, have fun, and don't forget to follow me!

    Recent comments (436)
    Topgun695
    Topgun695
    4 months ago

    This is actually really cool! pretty good graphics too. buy could u make a health bar on the other bots plz :)

    HyperDog
    HyperDog
    5 months ago

    I am on a Ipad with a Keyboard, I can do everything except shoot, can you make a key shoot too?

    VarnanjaliAdika
    VarnanjaliAdika
    6 months ago

    how do you get the locust gun

    AlekBabakhanian
    AlekBabakhanian
    6 months ago

    there are some gliches

    ZekeriahRahman
    ZekeriahRahman
    6 months ago

    You Need an endless mode

    sanaaDA
    sanaaDA
    6 months ago

    nice

    Kylethedoge
    Kylethedoge
    6 months ago

    i think i crashed the game by using too many nukes, i bought like 20 nukes and i spammed mb like 7 of them at the same time on a single structure

    David0Weir
    David0Weir
    6 months ago

    I hate to say this, but "Intercepter" is actually spelled "Interceptor", with an "o" instead of an "e"

    HiddenManXZ
    HiddenManXZ
    6 months ago

    https://replit.com/join/vlalftxiuj-lukasallis1

    ZekeriahRahman
    ZekeriahRahman
    6 months ago

    This is a great game. I was speedrunning and finished it at 3 minutes and 29 seconds as a speed run! (comment down below your times!) -----A few bugs:----- Credits spawn in walls when the chest breaks. chests sometimes spawn in the wall if you stand there. if you were shooting by a corner, the wall would not penetrate your bullets; the enemy's bullets would (turrent, mainly) and if you stood where a chest spawned, you would freeze and disappear(the game code or whatever just stopped). You might want to make some changes to the bots and movement also for cleaner gameplay. -----Suggestions:------- More levels, More guns, and gadgets, A Survival Arena - Enemies spawn in waves. It gets more problematic as it progresses, so players survive as many waves before death. Players clear each wave to get the next one, with a small prize of credits after each one. Also A Menu/lobby with options (such as level select) and More enemy types (adding a boss [the icon/logo of the game looks like one], more turret types, a tank, and more). The most wanted, MULTIPLAYER-Play with other real players. (1v1, Team Fight, other). Finally, Achievements, Overall XP system, Freeplay, Sandbox, and more suggestions but they are probably less important. -----gg----- you could make this into an io game, but that is a more significant/last thing. PLUS THE NEW REPL FEATURES COULD LIVEN THINGS UP. (this is an edited version if you have already seen this from 6 months ago from this post.) Unfortunately, Grammarly detected 10 premium errors in this comment.

  • Amjad Masad Chatbot

    Cover page
    Made with Node.js

    A chatbot trained to act like @amasad, built with LangChain and Next.js. Trained on docs, the Replit landing page, Amjad's website and podcasts, and so much more!

    If you've enjoyed this, don't forget to like and follow!

    Recent comments (433)
    IroncladDev
    IroncladDev
    4 months ago

    This Repl has currently been shut down. The OpenAI API key has been removed and no more responses are allowed. Feel free to fork and use your own key.

    HASSANKAZI3
    HASSANKAZI3
    5 months ago

    what it keeps saying log in please open in a new tab to use????? can someone help

    A395382-leolex
    A395382-leolex
    5 months ago

    ???????? image

    MAS0N1
    MAS0N1
    6 months ago

    ah yes, perfection. image

    Dorukko
    Dorukko
    6 months ago

    Simple python chatbot: https://replit.com/@Dorukko/Python-AI-Chatbot

    pengwin101
    pengwin101
    6 months ago

    image

    saifalarehy
    saifalarehy
    6 months ago

    grbl

    NoobNotFound
    NoobNotFound
    6 months ago

    um image

    PrestonCurtis1
    PrestonCurtis1
    6 months ago

    image

    AndrewDeng3
    AndrewDeng3
    6 months ago

    How do you train your chatbot

  • Orbitron-3

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JS

    Orbitron TD III - Da best tower defense on replit since 2021.

    Recent comments (140)
    MANSOORSALEHI
    MANSOORSALEHI
    5 months ago

    what lvl to finsh the game

    element1010
    element1010
    5 months ago

    I WON!!! I used maxed out bloodshed cannon and sith-13.

    image

    element1010
    element1010
    5 months ago

    @MiloCat have u seen this game?

    HudsonMcCullouc
    HudsonMcCullouc
    7 months ago

    doesnΒ΄t work

    Whale123456
    Whale123456
    7 months ago

    Tip: use the $250 cannon(not flamethrower) and max it out. it can stop almost every enemy (with the exception of the purple things and not so cute purple things)

    element1010
    element1010
    7 months ago

    Tip: Bloodshed cannons, when upgraded, are super good.

    Zenogener
    Zenogener
    7 months ago

    I am always looking for good replit games but this is the best one I found and it is super fast so thank you for making this, I am sharing this with everyone I know

    element1010
    element1010
    7 months ago

    @IroncladDev This looks like a game I found on Khan Academy... Are you LeviathanProgramming?

    LuisAFK
    LuisAFK
    1 year ago

    Too hard

  • TAIme is ticking

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    Made with Kaboom

    A time-based battle game where everything moves only when you do - Made in 48 hours for @HuggingFace's Open Source AI Game Jam.

    Play fullscreen at: https://taime.replit.app/ Itch.io page: https://ironcladdev.itch.io/taime-is-ticking

    Recent comments (207)
    AnaisGarcia3
    AnaisGarcia3
    2 days ago

    found a glitch to go threw the walls.

    AaravGandewar
    AaravGandewar
    3 days ago

    SO GOOD

    AsherWegner
    AsherWegner
    14 days ago

    SOOOO GOOOD

    xog
    xog
    28 days ago

    Found a glitch to go throught walls

    JeffreyDong2
    JeffreyDong2
    28 days ago

    Check out my fun game: https://replit.com/@JeffreyDong2/3D-Platformer-Demo-v191?v=1

    CalebFort
    CalebFort
    1 month ago

    awesome game

    Elishab0778
    Elishab0778
    1 month ago

    sick game mate. good job.

    IyoborOmoregbe
    IyoborOmoregbe
    1 month ago

    WOW

    nikhilmarepall1
    nikhilmarepall1
    1 month ago

    this is amazing. hats off the ironclad dev :)

IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published a Repl
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Lightning & Cashu Tipping
Lightning & Cashu TippingA simple Next.js template where people can tip you in bitcoin.
AdonisCodes
AdonisCodes
This is a very good developer ( Like very very good, just check his portfolio ) 12 days ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published a Repl
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HTMneXt
HTMneXtA fast and lightweight static HTMX boilerplate. Comes pre-configured with Tailwind and Typescript.
AlfonsoPena1
AlfonsoPena1
hi, do you mind if you can tip me some cycles? i need some to host it. I will be hosting it in a raspberry pi 4 and it gets updated alot so it has alot of potential Tip Jar: https://replit.com/@AlfonsoPena1/Tip-Jar Thanks -Alf17 days ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published a Repl
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FramerSmoothScroll
FramerSmoothScrollThis is a simple Framer Motion + React Template that comes with smooth spring scrolling. For a step-by-step tutorial of creating the `` component, see https://dev.to/ironcladdev/smooth-scrolling-with-react-framer-motion-dih
proPianist1124
proPianist1124
nicd1 month ago
VictorNwadike
VictorNwadike
:o1 month ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published an Update
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My website
My websiteI just rebuilt my website, which is located at https://connerow.dev! The entire project took over three months to build, and I'm really glad about how it turned out. I do realize that this is in an iframe, but I had to do that since I'm hosting my site on vercel. Any and all feedback will be appreciated.
My personal website: ⚑️Major Performance Update ⚑️
Some of you guys reported that my website was running really laggy on your machine, and I finally figured out why. On every scroll event, the entire website would re-render, triggering a ton of unnecessary calculations. Also included in this update are: An improved "About me", coding journey, and some new projects added to my showcase Smoother animations New photo of me Cleaner Contact Page Once more, I do realize that this Repl is just an iframe. The real website can be found at https://connerow.dev. Let me know what you think!
sonicx180
sonicx180
@IroncladDev πŸ‘‘king ironclad2 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
@sonicx180 Thanks!!2 months ago
TinyMooshmallow
TinyMooshmallow
@IroncladDev aw man cool cursor gone1 month ago
#apps
#react
#portfolio
+1
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published a Repl
β€’3 months ago
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TAIme is ticking
TAIme is tickingA time-based battle game where everything moves only when you do - Made in 48 hours for @HuggingFace's Open Source AI Game Jam. Play fullscreen at: https://taime.replit.app/ Itch.io page: https://ironcladdev.itch.io/taime-is-ticking
AsherWegner
AsherWegner
SOOOO GOOOD14 days ago
AaravGandewar
AaravGandewar
SO GOOD3 days ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published a Repl
β€’7 months ago
134
My website
My websiteI just rebuilt my website, which is located at https://connerow.dev! The entire project took over three months to build, and I'm really glad about how it turned out. I do realize that this is in an iframe, but I had to do that since I'm hosting my site on vercel. Any and all feedback will be appreciated.
hecker40
hecker40
Much better πŸ‘2 months ago
VulcanWM
VulcanWM
amazing as usual!2 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published an Update
β€’7 months ago
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Amjad Masad Chatbot
Amjad Masad ChatbotA chatbot trained to act like @amasad, built with LangChain and Next.js. Trained on docs, the Replit landing page, Amjad's website and podcasts, and so much more! If you've enjoyed this, don't forget to like and follow!
Now using LangChainJS + Self-Hosting instructions
I switched from using an external python server for the AI Model; Now everything is in one place. Self-hosting instructions are included in README.md, feel free to make your own chatbot!
sonicx180
sonicx180
@IroncladDev lets goo. python is fine, but js is better7 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published a Repl
β€’7 months ago
224
Amjad Masad Chatbot
Amjad Masad ChatbotA chatbot trained to act like @amasad, built with LangChain and Next.js. Trained on docs, the Replit landing page, Amjad's website and podcasts, and so much more! If you've enjoyed this, don't forget to like and follow!
A395382-leolex
A395382-leolex
???????? ![image](https://storage.googleapis.com/replit/images/1683113190228_42c25622dd1818439456c072289ef98a.png)5 months ago
HASSANKAZI3
HASSANKAZI3
what it keeps saying log in please open in a new tab to use????? can someone help5 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published an Update
β€’7 months ago
114
Replit-Blog-IroncladDev
Replit-Blog-IroncladDevEvery week I'll publish an update on this repl as a new post of what's happening, what I'm planning do to, interesting events, and more! Have any questions you'd like to ask me? Reply to my most recent post update and I'll answer them the next day!
Feb 14th, 2023 (AI edition)
Hello everyone! πŸ‘‹ It's been a while since I last posted. If you've been paying attention to my content, I've been a lot more active on DEV and twitter lately. Let's dive into some awesome Replit launches and what I've been up to lately. And by the way before we continue, this post was written mostly by Ghostwriter Chat. If you'd like to watch the video of me doing it, here is a loom recording: https://www.loom.com/share/de0c133591974ae2bbb72d8378ba119e Launches Nix Migration nix migrating (if you can't see the image, you can see it here: https://replit-docs-images.util.repl.co/images/animations/nix-migration.gif) A while back, Replit updated its language support engine and replaced Polygott with Nix. To make sure any Repl you fork is up to date and includes the latest features, Replit will automatically convert it to Nix when it's opened. This means that any time you open up a Repl you might have forked, it'll have all the latest features and settings available. Bounty Reputation System bounty rating gif (if you can't see the image, see here: https://replit-docs-images.util.repl.co/images/animations/review-hunter.gif) Now you can receive ratings for your work on Bounties when you review Bounty Hunters through Replit 🀩. This makes it easier to track your progress and show off the work you have done πŸŽ‰. view reputation (if you can't see the image, see here: https://replit-docs-images.util.repl.co/images/animations/bounty-hunter-review.gif) After receiving a review, your reputation can be viewed and assessed by a Bounty Poster. This allows the Bounty Poster to evaluate your performance and decide if you are suitable for future tasks 🀝. Ghostwriter Chat Replit's Ghostwriter Chat AI Assistant is your helpful companion for coding conversations and tasks πŸ€–. It can answer questions, generate code, and provide you with the guidance you need to become a better programmer πŸ’». As of this post, Ghostwriter Chat is only available to Replit employees. Keep your eyes open 'cause it's going to ship real soon! Tab Upgrade keytabs (if you can't see the image, see here: https://images.connerow.dev/blog/keytabs.webp) Replit's Tab Upgrade feature makes it easier to organize and switch between tabs and panes using only your keyboard πŸ’». Now you can conveniently access your workspace and quickly navigate it with improved speed and efficiency. Watch this loom video for more information on how it works. https://www.loom.com/share/31fb2c1ba7aa408685024cd139afb46e Personal Updates DevRel Stuffs I'm digging deeper into DevRel by becoming more active on platforms like Twitter, DEV and Polywork. I'm looking forward to getting to know more people, start writing more tutorials, and in general expand to more platforms than just Replit. If you enjoy coding in React, Javascript, and/or Typescript, I have some tutorials y'all might want to check out. Three πŸ’ͺ Solid πŸͺ„ Minimalist βš›οΈ Components Proper State Management πŸ›  with Jotai πŸ‘» in 30 seconds πŸ•– πŸ”₯ And if you want to start getting into techincal blogging, I also wrote a post on it. Side Projects I've been continuing to building my portfolio, progress is going slow but smooth. website I'm also building an AI model that acts like Amjad Masad (@amasad). Working on this project has been a great challenge and opportunity for me as a tech enthusiast. I'm learning more about AI technology and how to apply it in a practical purpose. Questions What do you think are the benefits of Replit to novice programmers? How could AI technology be used to improve customer service? What potential do you think Ghostwriter has in making coding easier? Thanks for reading! If you enjoy my content be sure to drop a follow on DEV and twitter. Catch y'all next time! πŸ˜‰
DillonB07
DillonB07
1. Well, it used to help with dependency hell, but not so much anymore. I think the tutorial folder and the courses are the best for novices. 2. Well, basic questions it can answer which would help response time from humans on more complex queries that the AI can't handle. 3. To be completely honest, Ghostwriter isn't great for me. The Complete suggestions are normally inaccurate and useless for me and I never need Transform or Explain. The only one I'd really use is Generate which is part of Hacker until April! Maybe this will change when Chat comes along, but I don't think $10 a month is worth it right now. Maybe if you could buy the different AI power-ups individually, at 2.5k per month per power-up. Of course, this would be tweaked to accommodate the value that each of the power-ups provide.7 months ago
ParanormalCoder
ParanormalCoder
@IroncladDev Thanks for the tutorials on React i've been struggling to learn it and they have been really helpful with showing what I can do with it πŸ˜ƒ 1. The community definitely helps novice programmers find inspiration 2. I think it could be used to instantly fix small bugs that are reported 3. i don't know7 months ago
godallascowboys
godallascowboys
@IroncladDev 2 Questions. 1: Is the blog dead? 2: The other day, I was just looking through your Replit account (Very entertaining guys, I highly recommend LOL), and I rediscovered calamity. I wanted to make an RPG/Text Based Adventure game, and I saw that little map thing you did in the bottom right hand of your screen. Me, being obsessed with AI, couldn't figure out how you did that after an hour of looking through your code, and literally went to chatGPT and asked it how you did that. And when I showed it the code, it broke. Different Accounts, different devices, they all said chatGPT was down. HOW IS YOUR CODE SO COMPLICATED! Can you explain how you did that?2 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published a Repl
β€’8 months ago
5
Components
ComponentsLearn how to make three simple yet game-changing React Components in this Repl. Check out the tutorial post at https://dev.to/ironcladdev/three-solid-minimalist-components-1275
ParanormalCoder
ParanormalCoder
cool8 months ago
sonicx180
sonicx180
can I publish the components in ur name? these are really useful7 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published an Update
β€’8 months ago
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Replit-Blog-IroncladDev
Replit-Blog-IroncladDevEvery week I'll publish an update on this repl as a new post of what's happening, what I'm planning do to, interesting events, and more! Have any questions you'd like to ask me? Reply to my most recent post update and I'll answer them the next day!
Feb 1st, 2023
Happy February, fellow replers! It's been a long time since I was able to post since I've been extremely busy lately. A lot of cool stuff have been shipped in the last few weeks, and a lot of awesome things have been happening! Replit Updates Here are some of the coolest launches in these past few weeks. Replit India Users across the world often experience slower speeds when using Replit, since all machines are based in San Francisco. Luckiliy, the team shipped a Replit India, which enables everyone in the world to experience Replit running at its fastest. Replit india All you have to do to start usign the India cluster is go to your account settings and switch your server location. Unsure which one works better for you? Try switching between them and comparing speeds. india server Git in the shell Before this change was shipped, using git in the shell was a terrible experience on Replit. You had to paste your access token in almost every time you ran a git command. Luckily, Ryan shipped a change which allows you to use git seamlessly in the shell. All you have to do is allow Replit to access your git credentials once, and you're all good to go! git in the shell (if you can't see the image, try https://replit-docs-images.util.repl.co/updates/git.gif) Bounties Page Redesign Take a look at how nice the Bounties page page looks now! Give a shout-out to @Bookie0 for helping to redesign it and make it look awesome! Replit Rep Cohort V2 The second handful of Replit Reps have been recruited, some of who are @RayhanADev, @Hugo, @Oli, and some others. Pay attention to the Replit Discord for updates on events they'll host! Personal Updates First off, I've been trying to get in to DevRel a little more lately, so you'll see me a lot more active on Twitter. If you enjoy programming questions, short tutorials, and polls, consider following me and you'll get a ton of content on a daily basis. Another thing I've taken up is writing the Replit Changelog and writing a lot of documentation. I essentially do the same thing in the changelog as in my blog, but I tend to post some other stuff and update my blog more often. I also started doing video recording and making animated GIF tutorials in the docs as well. See if you can find any! If you're a fan of AI, try checking out Midjourney. I recently stumbled across it and figured out that it generates images better than Stable Diffusion and Dalle. I believe @TechLionDev used it to generate some prototype of his profile picture, which looks amazing. techlion's avatar If you enjoy surprises, check out this repl I made by using a bit of graphql ;) Finally, if you're a speed and performance enthusiast (as well as a javascript nerd), you'll definitely love using bun, which is a new javascript runtime that's over three times faster than Node.js. To try it out for yourself, check out @bddy's Replit template. Questions And now to collect personal information from everyone! Describe Java in three words (rant all you want, it's nasty!) Have you made any friends on Replit directly? How has community activity benefitted you? What is your favorite Replit theme? What project do you want to build, but never had the time? That being said, farewell everyone! Catch y'all next time!
MrVoo
MrVoo
@IroncladDev 1: minecraft 2: not really 3: replit dark :P 4: a complexish game, less of a time thing but more an idea issue8 months ago
ParanormalCoder
ParanormalCoder
@IroncladDev 1. Evil, Minecraft, Version 2. No 3. Any Dark One 4. I'm Trying To Make A Video Game But I Keep Getting Distracted | the unfinished game: https://monster-wars.netlify.app/8 months ago
bigminiboss
bigminiboss
@InvisibleOne ~~obligatory ping when java opinions are mentioned~~7 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
published an Update
β€’8 months ago
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Replit-Blog-IroncladDev
Replit-Blog-IroncladDevEvery week I'll publish an update on this repl as a new post of what's happening, what I'm planning do to, interesting events, and more! Have any questions you'd like to ask me? Reply to my most recent post update and I'll answer them the next day!
Jan 19th, 2023
As you all know, it has been a long time since I've posted. I'd been at my first businees trip with Replit, and it was amazing! Before we dive into today's post, be sure to join the Replit Townhall on youtube this afternoon from 2:00-3:00PM PST. Amjad will be speaking there, and so will Sergei, the main engineer who built themes! On top of that, you'll learn more about new AI tools, the change to replit's Hacker Plan, and upcoming features! Personal Updates Hack Week is a yearly hackathon in which all full-time Replit employees pitch an idea, team up, and start building. In this years' hack week, I came up with [REDACTED] and built it with @Bookie0 and @Vandesm14. Look forward to it this year, we're not sure when it'll be launched, but it will make it soon. Everyone went to the Nona Wave Hotel in Orlando, where all the coding took place. In other words, we basically took over the entire hotel for a week πŸ˜‚. It was amazing getting to meet everyone in person! Aside from hacking, we went to some cool places together, talked about cool stuff (mostly programming), and got to know each other a lot better. Funny Highlights Although a large chunk of the Replit team act and think like computers in some ways, a lot of people are outrageously hilarious! Here are some funny highlights at Hack Week that kept me convulsing in laughter. 1. Mic drop Mentioned in another post, @SergeiChestakov is the guy who almost singlehandedly built themes. An interesting fact about him is that he loves to use microphones. Occasionally he'd pick up the microphone and say something funny, or just "hello". When the team was outside eating dinner, there was a stereo set up with two microphones so that Amjad could make an announcement. Sergei picked up the microphone and asked what everyone thought about airplane food. After a few silly remarks and a few fights for the microphone with @jesse, @Bardia, and a few others, @jesse sneaked over to the microphone receiver and turned it off. A couple of hours later, I told Sergei what happened with the microphone. You can guess what happened to Jesse next πŸ€Έβ€β™‚οΈπŸ₯Š (just kidding). 2. Google Sheet Vandalism We originally had a google sheet that was our schedule for what everyone would be demoing. It was a classic sheet, black text and a white background. Nothing exactly interesting. Two people started playing tic-tac-toe in the google sheet's rows and columns, two more people started playing chess with emojis, and small things here and there. Everything was still relatively smooth until Sergei uploaded a picture of @AllAwesome497. After that, things went chaotic. AllAwesome497 Everyone was in the large conference room and some people were using a projector attached to their computers to show the projects they built. I was struggling to not burst out in laughter at the state of the google sheet, and this is why: crazy google sheet Remnants of the chess game chess game And we got big buff bubbas in there too strongwade I swear this was inspired by @d31337's "Hurts the eyes" theme. Launches Here are some features that have been launched recently! PostgreSQL databases In the Tools section on your repl, you should now see a cute elephant icon if you're an explorer. You can get a database capable of storing ten gigabytes of data for 100 cycles a day. Repricing Update Replit's Hacker Plan will soon only support one always-on repl instead of five starting in April. Although this may sound devastating, there is a bright side to this. Editing Experience - Hacker plan users will now get 2GB of CPU and RAM on their repls when actively coding in the workspace so that there won't be as many resource overflows and slow LSP. Vertical Scalability - You can now hyperboost your repl to 32x its original speed and power, a maximum of 16vCPU and 16GB of RAM. Question time What are your opinions on AI? Do you think it'll take over humanity today? What is one feature you think will massively improve the Replit Community? How is the current bounty hunting experience for you? How do you think it can be improved? Farewell everyone! I will see y'all at the townhall today! Catch y'all next time!
Whippingdot
Whippingdot
@IroncladDev 1. AI is very useful and helpful for people. Constant developments in AI can revolutionize the world. No, I do not think that AI will take over humanity today or in the next century or two / forever 2. Hmm I think improving the formula for community in general to have more new posts and less old posts with a ton of likes showing up 3. Bounty hunting is fun. I personally have not done a bounty yet cause i haven't found the time / haven't been interested in any of them, but I think there are a ton of people who are very impressed with replit due to this feature. There are several ways it could be improved but I don't think I should be the one answering that Also for 4X everything in editor it used to cost 2 cycles a day and from now onwards it costs 20 for 2X...I know Replit needed this change but you know it really is annoying for a lot of people as you increased the cost 10 times and halved the value (if you check the price for 4x now it is 35 times 2 which is 70 cycles per day...). Try improving the prices I guess?8 months ago
CoderGautamYT
CoderGautamYT
@IroncladDev 1. I think it's a powerful tool but I don't think it will take over humanity *today* 2. Maybe once updates are better, the current updates system isnt very good 3. It's pretty good, I wish people dont keep adding more requirements which arent stated in the original bounty (happened to me many times)8 months ago
TinyMooshmallow
TinyMooshmallow
@IroncladDev 1. No probably not 2. I think it would be nice if you could add "friends" which can access your repls if you want them to. It would also be nice if you could limit each user in your multiplayer repl to only edit specific files or so certain things. 3. IDK8 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
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Jan 3rd, 2023
Happy 2023, everyone! It's been a long and productive year for Replit and for me as well. We are planning on shipping a ton more features this year and making replit reliable for hosting large applications. My yearly breakdown It has been a huge year for me. Here are some of the things I've gone through and accomplished: Jan - March 2022 > - Learned Next.js + React > - Started college at https://uopeople.edu > - Started making a ton of cool content on replit & doing some "free freelance" work April - May 2022 > - Won the madewithreplit hackathon with @jdog787 and @spotandjake with Celestron > - Released and shipped YouBarter and AllMetalWelding > - Became a site mod and built the first versions of the moderation dashboard and auto-reporting tools June - July 2022 > - Was a mentor in replit's Kajam competition, developed Tarragon with @haroon, @bddy, and @lajbel > - Tried to apply to work at replit a second time by sending an email to @amasad. The engineering team didn't have the capacity to mentor me since they were busy shipping and improving replit at a massive scale. > - Trust and Safety was rising to a higher and more sophisticated level with new tools August - November 2022 > - Applied for the Support Engineer position and made it to work at replit! > - Identified a massive spam attack in October, worked together with @akac and @qirtaiba and got them smashed down > - Released an even more powerful moderation dashboard > - Took off building on replit and added the comment jumping feature + some others > - Got a grip of how Replit's code looked like and learned how to do some more complex stuff December 2022 > - Built some useful tools for the support team > - Migrated some of the support load to the ask forum > - Replit focuses on power and cycles, shipping faster than ever before > - Replit hits its $100K yearly revenue goal on Dec 30th! Taking a look back at January, I never would have guessed I'd be here now. This year, I want to accelerate in Engineering and learn more advanced coding so I can build more stuff and help ship new features! Replit updates Tipping Leaderboard The tipping leaderboard has been released! You can now see the top 25 global tippers on replit! tipping leaderboard Bounty Editing You can now edit your bounties if you've made a typo! The long-awaited feature has finally landed! Sidebar Theme-Switcher Instead of toggling only between light and dark, you can now switch themes from the sidebar directly! theme switcher Superboosting Instead of only a single boost, you will soon be able to boost your repl up to 32x faster! I've mentioned this before in another post, but the UI has drastically improved! New mods! Welcome @bddy, @haroon, and @zplusfour to the moderation team! We got six extra eyes on the community to take care of content that is prohibited. Discord hit 20K members! Not necessarily something on the replit site, but the replit discord server just hit 20,000 members and is still growing at a rapid rate! Personal Updates I am going to be in Orlando from the 8th to the 14th of January to join the Replit Team at my first business meetup. So excited to meet everyone in person! I've been redesigning my website. Take a sneak peek if you want! If you were wondering how I got the domain, I bought repl.page. (btw I won't be handing out any subdomains - replit might do something with cycles and domains in the future!) Question Time What are your new year resolutions? What is something you want to accomplish this year that falls under the category of programming? What is something cool you think replit will release this year? What social media platforms do you use most? What do you see as the greater? Improvements to Replit's Community or improvements to Power and Reliability? And that is it for today! Catch y'all next time!
Whippingdot
Whippingdot
@sonicx180 You mean if you are immature. Most of the mods I know were hired when they were below 18 and now I am pretty sure they follow the same process.9 months ago
sonicx180
sonicx180
@Whippingdot true also.9 months ago
TG101
TG101
@IroncladDev Wait a minute... ![image](https://storage.googleapis.com/replit/images/1673107882386_a49c61afb8e9a89f13c37e5cca3aeb16.png)9 months ago
IroncladDev
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Dec 22nd, 2022
Dec 22nd, 2022 This past week has been a huge shipping week for replit. Lots of cool stuff landed and lots of cool things have landed for beta/staff users. Replit Updates The first and most obvious update that everyone has been waiting for is the Theme Explorer 🎨 page! After many years πŸ•° of requests, replit's most requested feature finally broke through β˜„ and made it to all users!\ Give it away to @theflowingsky, @SergeiChestakov, and @eddieatreplit for grinding βš™οΈπŸ›  on themes for months!\ Check out the amazing launch video πŸ“Ί on twitter and share your favorites in the thread below πŸ‘‡ ✨ SSH allows you to connect to your repl from your local machine πŸ’». This means you can code on your favorite editor πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» on your device and watch as your code changes sync to replit almost instantly ⚑️!\ This feature is still in super beta mode and is only out to replit staff and some beta testers. Keep a keen eye πŸ‘€ out for this feature! Postgres Database Hosting 🐘 is in the works πŸ‘·β€β™‚οΈ! Get 2GB of storage for an amount of cycles πŸŒ€ (TBD) and you can store and manage data πŸ“ˆ directly from your repl and make crazy cool stuff with it! postgres database Deployments are also being actively developed! You will soon be able to separate the development πŸ›  and production πŸ”₯ environment in your repl and also provide your production app with tons of resources. Say goodbye πŸ‘‹ to your repls going offline 😴 once this gets shipped 🚒! deployments eeee Ghostwriter Chat is a ChatGPT-similar πŸ’¬ program that can be accessed from the workspace! The data/ai team is working hard on fine-tuning πŸ’ͺ Ghostwriter πŸ‘» chat so that it provides accurate code results and stops refusing to respond.\ Keep your eyes open πŸ‘πŸ‘, you're not going to want to miss this! gw chat The New Support Flow is something I've been working on for the past few months. To report a bug πŸͺ², get help using replit πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ, or make a feature request, we're now using the Ask Forum. If you're an explorer 🧭 on replit, you will now see a new Get Help button that replaces the old "Contact Support", "Report a Bug", and "Request a Feature" buttons. new support flow Clicking the Get Help option will open an interactive guide that will address and help users to work around issues they are having trouble with. interactive flow After more than 1000 Lines of CSS πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ¨πŸŽ¨, I finally was able to restyle the ask forum to look more like replit πŸͺ¦. There is a replit dark mode 🌜 theme, a replit light mode β˜€οΈπŸ’€ theme (not recommended), and the default one everyone's been using. Personal Updates The first thing I'd like to mention is that I will not be working next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednsday πŸ›Œ. I'll be focusing on moderation tools πŸ›  and redesigning my website πŸ–Œ. I've decided to keep my original logo and just make my website look better and keep its information up-to-date. Another thing I'd like to mention is that I'll try to spread 🧈 my blog across twitter πŸ¦ƒ, dev.to, and discord πŸ’¬ rather than just centralizing ⭕️ around replit. DevRel is really awesome and I would definitely like to bite 🦷 into it a bit more. Finally, I'll be quite inactive in the community from Jan 8th-14th. I'll be going to Orlando 🐭 to meet up with the entire replit team for the first time in real life ✨! Hack Week πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» (team meetup) occurs twice a year in replit and is basically an in-company hackathon where certain teams compete to make cool ideas of theirs. Many ideas such as Extensions, Themes, and Site-Wide Search πŸ” originated from hack week ideas.\ I will definitely update y'all about how it was there. Stay tuned 🎡! Questions What is your favorite theme on the marketplace? What is your favorite project trending on community right now and why? How many hours do you code a week? If you had as much time as you wanted, how many hours would you code each week? And with that, today's blog post is complete. Farewell everyone, and have a Merry Christmas πŸŽ„πŸŽ… 🎁! PS: Thanks, @Icemastereric for the 200 cycle tip on my blog! ^_^
TG101
TG101
@d31337 ? You did **not**9 months ago
d31337
d31337
@TG101 There.9 months ago
TG101
TG101
@d31337 where?9 months ago
IroncladDev
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Replit-Blog-IroncladDevEvery week I'll publish an update on this repl as a new post of what's happening, what I'm planning do to, interesting events, and more! Have any questions you'd like to ask me? Reply to my most recent post update and I'll answer them the next day!
Dec 16th, 2022
It is halfway through December! Two more weeks and this year's gonna end! Within this past week there've been some really cool stuff in replit. Last week, one person participated in my AMA, and that person is @d31337 who just got tipped 500 cycles. Me: Why do you use replit? Are you active on any other platforms? d31337: Because it's a great platform to host code on. Not really. Me: What is your preferred programming stack and why? d31337: MERN ig. React is cool. Me: What level of programming do you see yourself at in three years? d31337: OMEGA Legend diamond class. Jk, by then all the code will probably be written by an app on people's phones. Me: How do you explain the concept of programming to people who have no experience in it? d31337: It's a way to describe to computers what specifically you want them to do. Me: What feature were you most happy about that has been released this year? Why were you looking forward to it? d31337: Bounties. They are one of Replit's best features. Yeah, I was sort of looking forward to it, but tbh I didn't expect it to be so big. I thought it would just kinda fade away, with the occasional $10 bounty being posted. But no, there is tons of good stuff in there. @haroon and @bddy just became site moderators on Replit today! They have been very valuable members to the replit community and now have been given the opportunity to shine some more! Keep an eye out for some cool projects from them! The ask forum is the new place to report bugs, request features, and get help with replit. The support team is migrating away from direct contact to letting the community help out as well. Give a shoutout to @Vandesm14 who is working hard on authentication and linking accounts to the ask forum. The replit mobile app is now supported for tablets/ipads and also support landscape mode. This was one of the most requested features when the mobile app came out with hundreds of requests flooding into the support inbox every few days. Huge shoutout to @replitlaima, @MCChen, and @inkRepl for their dedicated work on the mobile app! The infinity drive for repls is very close to hitting the surface and is looking crazy cool! Not only will repls be able to store exabytes of data, but repls will load dozens of times faster as well. Of course this massive amount of storage for repls will be a paid product, but it will definitely improve the abilities of creators across the platform. Thanks to @ZachAtReplit for being the main engineer to work on this! SSH for repls are in super beta mode but are in the works! @amasad recently announced in his tweet that some users could be able to beta test it! Drop your username in the tweet if you want to try it out! Discord Bots will soon be able to be hosted reliably on replit. We are currently working on fixing these heavy ratelimits so that creators can have more power and abilities! @lhchavez has been working tirelessly on this. Be sure to give him your gratitude when it gets released! The release date is unknown, but it's coming soon. Theme discovery and browsing is in the works! You will soon be able to browse new themes created by people and install them! Here's a small gif I got of what's been built so far. Give a huge thanks to @SergeiChestakov and @theflowingsky for building, designing, and working on replit's most-requested feature! theme browsing Mostly what I've been working on this week has been the docs. Have you noticed anything different with the replit docs? If so, comment the differences below! Another thing I've built and implemented is the status integration with status.replit.com. If you open the help button from the sidebar or workspace, you will see an indicator that says whether replit is all good to go or if there is a current incident. Finally, I have redesigned the flow for getting help/contacting support on replit. You can see this at https://replit.com/support, and pretty soon, you will see it in the in-app form. How would you describe replit in only three words? Have you used ChatGPT before? How does it impact you and others as a programmer? Do you really think AI will take over the jobs of programmers? Explain why/why not. Not really a question, but if you want, post some funny poems about ChatGPT in the thread below along with your questions. gpt oof That being said, I will see you all next time in my next post. Have a Merry Christmas and enjoy your week. Oh and btw here's a noice christmas song: https://open.spotify.com/track/3YEWbvt2IfS2yPdjkJM1hR?si=d0a6c4a69f924008 Farewell everyone!
DillonB07
DillonB07
1. Code. Free. Forever. 2. It's not really good for programming from what I can tell. It is cool though. 3. No. Programmers are needed to control the AI and to improve AI. And there's nothing quite like programming yourself.9 months ago
GoodVessel92551
GoodVessel92551
@IroncladDev - Amazingly brilliant. - Yes, it is better at answering some questions than Google. - No because the AI might do something wrong and it might not know how to fix it.9 months ago
Whippingdot
Whippingdot
@IroncladDev Nice post! YAY FOR HAROON AND BDDY LES GO Do the themes work with the replit app? Why does the replit app seem so different from the website? I think it needs heavy improvements though I will give it that it was released two months ago. It needs better support for a bunch of things that have been implemented well on the website. It feels so basic that I still use the website on mobile. 1. CSS, communityfriendly, useful 2. no, It does impact me and others as programmers as it shows how a good but not the best AI can still solve simple code problems pretty effectively in almost any language. They could replace us and now is the time we start becoming AI developers rather than 'developers' 3. I think basic 'programming' will not be taken by AI as we still have to program an AI to program other AIs, resulting in us being at the top of the hierarchy. Humans are still needed and AI engineers are probably going to be the most wanted job of the future. I am still going to strive towards game development even though it seems to be getting less relevant as time goes on due to me loving the process of creating games and just that I am extremely young and I can change my complete path any time in like the next six years and it won't have an effect on me. I have that advantage. 4. too lazy but nice initiative?9 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
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Replit-Blog-IroncladDevEvery week I'll publish an update on this repl as a new post of what's happening, what I'm planning do to, interesting events, and more! Have any questions you'd like to ask me? Reply to my most recent post update and I'll answer them the next day!
Dec 8th, 2022
The most exciting news I have for y'all today is that Tipping is out to all explorers on replit! You can now tip cycles to your favorite creators and transfer cycles to each other! Other than that, we have ChatGPT going viral on twitter, updates on what I've been doing, events, and more. This feature alone needs to have a section of its own today! Here's how tipping works, how to get access to it, limitations, and what you can do with it. To get access to tipping, you need to have Explorer Mode on and the person you want to tip also needs to have explorer mode activated. To turn it on if you haven't already, navigate to your replit account, scroll down to Roles, and smack that switch on! To tip someone some cycles, go to one of their repls (here's one of my personal favorites, scroll down to around the Comments section, and you will see three buttons, total tips, and the top supporter. @CoderGautamYT was being very generous here with 1K cycles given! tipping section One of the limitations in tipping is that replit takes 10% of the cycles you send. This means if you tip 100 cycles, the person you tip gets a total of 90, and 10 goes back to replit. The reason why this happens is to 1. keep the interest for bounties and 2. to ensure that replit has a high-enough revenue to survive. No, you cannot tip yourself cycles. Huge thanks to the following repliteers for giving me some tips. I got a total of almost 1400 cycles today! @RayhanADev @VulcanWM @JDOG787 @GoodVessel92551 @jesse Next time, save y'all's tips for someone else. I work at replit and can basically generate any amount of cycles I want to. I really appreciate the kindness of you who have sent me the tips ❀️! I would like to have an async AMA session with y'all through email! If you'd like to participate, pop me an email at [email protected] and I will ask you some questions about replit and your daily coding life. I will start asking y'all the questions next Monday and end the AMA on Friday. Also, I will tip three participants 500 cycles depending on writing style and passion, so don't miss out on this one! Aside from the exciting tipping feature, here are some more interesting stuff that are planned to be launched early next year or by the end of this year. The Theme marketplace is planned to be launched close to the end of the year to all users. You'll be able to browse themes, install themes created by others, and even tip people for cool themes they make! The platform team is working on a new way to host your repl with manageable deployments, version control, and more! If you've used Vercel before, the experience will look very similar. Some of our engineers are working on a Git GUI revamp meaning that the experience for git and version control will be so much more seamless, fast, and powerful. The planned launch for this is unknown and many stuff are still in the air. The Hacker Plan Reprice will take place soon this year. We will soon provide only one always-on repl and one boosted repl but allow infinite private repls. To balance out the value of the hacker plan with everything else, the price of always-on and boosted repls will increase to a larger amount of cycles per day. Aside from doing my normal duties, here are some stuff I'd like to highlight: I'll be soon shipping a feature where you can view the status of replit through the site, without having to check https://status.replit.com. On twitter, we did a tweet on my ChatGPT showcase: https://twitter.com/Replit/status/1600914241359224833 With the trending new AI chat app, coding is now made so much easier! Try it out at https://chat.openai.com I've been grinding the replit docs really hard and shipped a ton of stuff today on how to use git and ghostwriter prompts. Check some of the new content out at https://docs.replit.com/category/using-git-on-replit and https://docs.replit.com/ghostwriter/explain-code In your opinion, which plays a greater role in cycles? Bounties or Tipping? Are you satisfied with the current state of themes? What is something you struggle with in coding the most? With all that being said, we come to the conclusion of the post today. See y'all around and Happy Coding!
GoodVessel92551
GoodVessel92551
@IroncladDev - Bounties - Yes - Websockets 10 months ago
Whippingdot
Whippingdot
@IroncladDev YAY GIT REWORK CAUSE THE CURRENT IMPLEMENTATION IS HORRIBLE 1. Bounties 2. I don't use them much cause the dark theme from replit is pretty good 3. Making a perfect program with no bugs lol10 months ago
DillonB07
DillonB07
1. Bounties as you can cash out the cycles you earn from them. 2. Yep, they're great! 3. Not giving up when I have to use JavaScript and it doesn't work or make sense.9 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
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Replit-Blog-IroncladDevEvery week I'll publish an update on this repl as a new post of what's happening, what I'm planning do to, interesting events, and more! Have any questions you'd like to ask me? Reply to my most recent post update and I'll answer them the next day!
Dec 7th, 2022
It seems to be the 7th of December. Since last I wrote, there have been some cool stuff going on at work and some new cool-looking things back here at replit! Give a warm welcome to @DianaAtReplit! She joined the support team this past Monday as a Support Specialist. She does the same thing as @jesse which is handling user feedback, account/billing issues, and all other types of support tickets. Next up is an update on the ask forum. We are going to start using that to collect user feedback and bug reports instead of the support form. If you want to let the Replit team know about a feature you want or a bug you want to report, post it on the ask forum so others can share their thoughts and opinions on it! As the third thing on the list, me and the theming team have been looking high and low for bugs so that it can be fixed up before we launch to non-explorers. If you have found any wierd bugs with themes, let us know on the ask forum! My personal happiest moment at work this week was when @Bookie0 (or @ClementAtReplit returned to work at replit! He improved the design of replit like crazy when he was doing an internship this past summer and is back to make replit look so much more awesome! Breaking News, two replit employees have been competing who could use Comic Sans MS as their VSCode theme the longest. The competition has been going on for over two months between @taloranderson and @jnnnthnn. If you'd like to see their progress, check it out at https://comic-sans.taloranderson.repl.co/. By the way, the loser owes the winner 2,000 cycles. Who are you rooting for? Finally, I've been writing a lot of stuff on the replit docs as well as polishing it and improving its design. Some content from me on Ghostwriter, Git, and Themes is going to hit the surface soon! Stay tuned! We're having an AMA session with replit's Product Engineering Manager, Jeremy Press (@replitjeremy). To ask him a question, navigate over to https://ask.replit.com/t/dec-9-22-2-15pm-pst-jeremy-press-product-engineering-manager-ama/3451/4 and ask away! Jeremy is one of the reasons why replit ships so fast. Be sure to pass along any expressions of gratitude to him if you participate in the AMA. The Battle of the Ghost Jockeys is a contest in which @TechPandaPro and @cool-sidd will only use ghostwriter to code something which @DillonB07 will announce. This is not something you'll want to miss! Join them this Sunday at 8:00AM-9:30AM PST on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-RAHLKK6lc The fourth Replit Showcase is a great opportunity for your awesome repls to get some attention! In this event hosted by @DillonB07 and @TechPandaPro, we have a livestream of them trying out some cool repls. If you want to submit your repl for review, post it at https://replit-showcase.dillonb07.repl.co/ and join them this Saturday from 10:00AM - 11:00AM PST at https://youtu.be/FgAV4LO593o One of the best ways to view new updates on replit is to pay attention to our official changelog, which is managed by @bardia. TL;DR, in the past two weeks, we have gotten: 579 Pull Requests merged Workspace Sidebar + Header Redesign (all users) A Java course with bloomtech Some mobile app updates Some polish in the workspace Some fixes on Teams for Edu Aside from those, we have the replit Infinity Drive slowly rising to the surface. At the moment it's an admin-only feature, but it sure is awesome! With the infinity drive, some benefits will include: Repls booting in a few seconds instead of a few minutes Up to 17 Petabytes of storage Super powerful repl performance We aren't sure when this will land due to the current load of projects, but be sure to keep an eye out for it! Superboosting repls is also out for admins only. Pretty soon, you'll be able to nose the throttle on your repl to run 32 times faster than a standard repl. superboost What is one thing you've always wanted on replit but have never achieved or done? Would you prefer to know a little bit of ten languages or be profficient in only two? How do you think the replit documentation can be improved? And that having been said, I'll be ending this post for today. Catch y'all next time!
Whippingdot
Whippingdot
@IroncladDev 1. Get a trending post / make a high effort post that gets the credit it deserves (i havent made one yet lol) 2. Be proficient in only two 3. It has been a while since I have checked out the replit documentation (it used to be just a white website with a few tabs) and since then it has improved a lot. Not much else to say.10 months ago
Veen7207
Veen7207
@IroncladDev 1. I'd love to make a beneficial program that's also trending 2. I'd prefer to be proficient in two 3. I would prefer some more deeper tutorials, like client-side frameworks or something10 months ago
DillonB07
DillonB07
1. Collaborate with a lot of different people 2. Proficient in 2. Much more useful to be able to master them then know a little about a lot. 3. Updating it all to the new IDE layout.9 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
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ChatGPT ShowcaseI used OpenAI's ChatGPT model and generated a ton of cool HTML pages! Complete with a video of me generating all these thingies
GavinKIRK2
GavinKIRK2
fun fun fun! :)7 months ago
JEFF39999
JEFF39999
made a day after my b day lol7 months ago
IroncladDev
IroncladDev
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Replit-Blog-IroncladDevEvery week I'll publish an update on this repl as a new post of what's happening, what I'm planning do to, interesting events, and more! Have any questions you'd like to ask me? Reply to my most recent post update and I'll answer them the next day!
Dec 1st, 2022
Today is officially the last month of the year! I have plenty of cool updates on replit, some cool events, and more! Advent of Code is a yearly 25-day challenge in which two problems are introduced each day. You must complete different quests and compete to get higher on the leaderboard by earning the most stars! If you've never attended before, be sure to jump in at https://adventofcode.com. If you'd like to join the replit leaderboard, the code to join is 970245-6da4493f We also have some templates dedicated to Advent of Code from last year which you can use: https://replit.com/@util/aoc-csharp https://replit.com/@util/aoc-clojure https://replit.com/@util/aoc-swift https://replit.com/@util/aoc-cpp https://replit.com/@util/aoc-R https://replit.com/@util/aoc-python https://replit.com/@util/aoc-php https://replit.com/@util/aoc-nodejs https://replit.com/@util/aoc-java @lajbel is one of kaboom.js's biggest contributors and developers. They are currently hosting an event focused around code bugs! Code bugs aren't always fun but in this jam your goal is to make the most interesting one! Compete against others for three months of replit's Hacker Plan at https://replit.com/@lajbel/Bug-Jam?v=1. Details and submission form are in the link. The long-awaited feature is still in the sky and its planned launch date to Explorers is some time around next week! Currently it's out to all replit staff and is usable. There is also a top contributor position for tipping cycles on a repl. Competing to be the most generous is a very nice way to encourage the gifting of cycles. Here is a demo video of tipping cycles to @21natzil (aka Zwack/Nathan): https://www.loom.com/share/77a96d64a90d4b9cac6b9f7eb6d597e3 At work I've been writing a lot of documentation, working on support tools, and managing customer support as well as Trust and Safety. That's about all that's been going on lately. Have you tried creating or doing a bounty yet? How many personal themes have you created? If you've made any, send the screenshots in this thread below πŸ‘‡ How many cycles do you have at this current moment? That is all I got for today's post. Catch y'all around next time!
VulcanWM
VulcanWM
@Whippingdot nah I didn’t buy it lmao, got 50k from creator fund 10 months ago
jjroley
jjroley
@IroncladDev 1. I've applied :) 2. I made one similar to my VSCode theme (Dark+) 3. 88310 months ago
DillonB07
DillonB07
1. Yes! I updated some of the Replit docs and I've created a [big API bounty](https://replit.com/bounties/@DillonB07/create-an-easily-ext) as well as a bounty for an aesthetically pleasing dark theme for google apps chromium extension. 2. Just 1. No screenshot, it's ugly. 3. 3679 - I spent over 7k on creating bounties and spent over 3k in livestreams :D9 months ago