Curious how you all found Replit!
Personally I found it by Google I think, I was looking for easy way to make/host websites in HTML and Replit was simple enough for 11 year old me to understand how it works.
This was how I found replit.
Google Search: “online python ide with pygame”
Google searches (in order):
“where to start learning python”
“What is an IDE”
“Best IDEs for webbrowser”
…I think school? Sorry you asked me to think too far back
OK after a solid minute of thinking, yeah, I joined because I heard about it in school (also there was only one coder in the school at the time if you don’t count Scratchers).
So this does mean that I wasn’t allowed to be on Replit at the time but now I can legally use it.
some kid in school used it
I needed a way to put my HTML stuff online
I think Drive To Web does this but bad but now I am too invested in Replit to switch to something new like Glitch even though my filter company likes it more
im sorry…OnE??? One coder?!
Cool! It’s nice to see someone spreading the trade…art…skill? whatever to call it around. I think it’s more disappointing that barely anyone knew how. (My parents know nothing lol)
I found it during school for projects but then used it to host my games
Google searches in order:
“Where to code HTML”
scrolls for an hour
Best places to code on your school chromebook
Hm what is this
1 day later…
“Hi everyone, I am pxlmastr”
Looking for an online IDE so I could change Scratch’s cloud variables to whatever I wanted and share information between the project and something else (So the project could read it’s own comments and stuff)
I mess with APIs too much lol
No such thing. You’re fineeee. Api’s are fun to play around with anyway.
I may have also used this to break several multiplayer games and put myself first on leaderboards, so…
but that was a while ago
Actually you’ll get banned (that’s what GrimSteel said)
welp, alrigthy then. guess hes not fine then.
where did i learn about it
oh yeah i learnt it from hacking a hackers website turns out it just was a pro coder
definitely not @Firepup650