Announcements and happenings from Glitch HQ
You can now develop Glitch apps entirely using Visual Studio Code. Download our VS Code extension on the Visual Studio Marketplace.
From today, you can access the full data set from Stack Overflow's 2019 Developer Survey, and we've partnered with them to make this data even more accessible.
Today, Glitch is celebrating the launch of our friend Adam Savage's new book, Every Tool's a Hammer.
Explore the 2019 Stack Overflow Developer Survey results by remixing these two interactive charts on Glitch using Chart.js
The web is in crisis. What happens next is up to us.
As we close out the year on Glitch, let's take a look at some apps that will help you end 2018 right. Ready? Set? Here we go.
A riot of color and creativity, _Looky What We Made_ is a free, 76-page book showcasing some of the 1 million projects the Glitch community has created in 2018.
We’ve been thrilled to see the community embrace Glitch as the home for creating and discovering the coolest stuff on the web, so after 18 years, we’re saying goodbye to the Fog Creek name and betting our future on Glitch.
From all new functionality in Glitch Teams to plans to leverage the network and make our editor better than ever, we have big things in store for Glitch! In the meantime, here’s some of the hard work we’ve been doing lately to improve glitch.com.