What is CodeSandbox?
CodeSandbox is an online editor that helps you create web applications, from prototype to deployment. It allows developers to simply go to a URL in their browser to start building apps. This not only makes it easier to get started, it also makes it easier to share with your remote team or with your client to review the code or can be used for further development on these sandboxes by just sharing the URL. CodeSandbox is one such tool which supports npm dependencies and multiple files/directories. It allows us to show real-time feedback without any server communication because it runs everything on the browser.
What you can do with CodeSandbox?
CodeSandbox Future and web development?
Answer to the future of CodeSandbox is here from the creator Ives van Hoorne from his interview with SurviveJS. In this dynamic world, it’s very hard to speculate on what direction we’re going. I think that React and other web application frameworks, like Vue, will gain a lot more mainstream adoption this year.
I’ve seen a big increase of interest in Vue and many companies are moving to React lately. The interest automatically means that more people will go to CodeSandbox, either to learn, try something out or to build an example for asking a question.
My big question is if people will use CodeSandbox to build projects on, either to share or to start something serious. So to summarize it: I think web frameworks, and as a result CodeSandbox will grow a lot, the big question for CodeSandbox is what direction this will be.
Well here in this post rather than writing a lengthy post i would like to recommend you to go through this video from Ives van Hoorne based in Enschede, The Netherlands who is the Creator of CodeSandbox tool.
Here i would like drop out few resource which it can help you out really in using CodeSandbox.
1. Official CodeSandbox website https://codesandbox.io/
2. Here is the GitHub repo for this project https://github.com/CompuIves/codesandbox-client
3. Here is documentation for CodeSandbox https://codesandbox.io/docs/