Tuesday, 13 March, 2018 UTC


Summary

  • Run Angular CLI repos directly in your browserGithub is the source of truth for most Angular demos, examples, prototypes, and “real worldâ€� projects.
  • ğŸ˜� – This is precisely why we created StackBlitz, a lightning fast online IDE that allows you to live edit Angular CLI projects in-browser.
  • Wouldnâ€t it be great if you could instantly run any Angular CLI project on Github directly inside StackBlitz by simply changing the URL?
  • 🌠– See it live in action with these repos below: – How it works âšYou can run any public repo on Github by providing the username + repo name like you can also optionally specify a branch, tag, or stays in sync with your repo 🔄Whenever you push commits to Github,…
  • Today this functionality is probably best suited for smaller apps examples as we hammer out remaining implementation details, but if you find anything thatâ€s not working as expected please donâ€t hesitate to file an issue on Github, chat with us in our Discord channel, or tweet us @stackblitz.
Github is the source of truth for most Angular demos, examples, prototypes, and “real world” projects. However, downloading & initializing these projects locally can take a looooong time- which makes…
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Run Angular CLI repos directly in your browserGithub is the source of truth for most Angular demos, examples, prototypes, and “real world� projects. However, downloading initializing these projects locally can take a looooong time- which makes them difficult to share with others. �
This is precisely why we created StackBlitz, a lightning fast online IDE that allows you to live edit Angular CLI projects in-browser. It also now powers all of the official Angular.io documentation examples!
Wouldnâ€t it be great if you could instantly run any Angular CLI project on Github directly inside StackBlitz by simply changing the URL? ğŸ˜�
Yup, itâ€s seriously that easy. And it makes the process of sharing examples, demos, and apps a total breeze. ğŸŒ
See it live in action with these repos below:
How it works âšYou can run any public repo on Github by providing the username + repo name like you can also optionally specify a branch, tag, or stays in sync with your repo 🔄Whenever you push commits to Github, the corresponding StackBlitz project automatically updates with the latest changes — ensuring Github remains your codeâ€s source of truth.
Boots up in mere seconds ⚡ï¸�No more downloading, cloning, or installing. Thanks to the blazing fast Turbo package manager, StackBlitz can install all of your appâ€s dependencies boot in mere seconds.
Live edit code in a real environment 🛠StackBlitz comes out of the box with all of the functionality youâ€d expect in your local…
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