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Incidents

The site is down...now what?

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Game On!

This episode is all about games — the ones we love to play, the ones that inspire our creativity, and the ones that make us want to create our own! What's your favorite game?

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What is Glitch?

Glitch is the friendly community where you’ll find or create the app of your dreams. Here’s a look at the ideas that help make Glitch something truly special.

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Welcome to Glitch!

The friendly community where you’ll build the app of your dreams.

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How Glitch Is Used In The Classroom

Glitch makes learning fun. As you get ready to go back to school, we talked to five educators from across the U.S. to see how they use Glitch to teach their students.

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Fog Creek is now Glitch!

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.

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Creating Super Effective iOS Shortcuts with Glitch

With iOS Shortcuts and Glitch, you can create powerful custom Siri commands in just a few easy steps. Here’s how!

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Glitch For Your API

There’s a huge bug in the way we do developer evangelism. It needs a little Glitch instead.

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1 Million Apps on Glitch: The Creative Web is Back!

At 5:53PM New York time yesterday, an eager student created a project on Glitch to start learning how to code. It also happened to be the 1 millionth app on Glitch!

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9 Ways to Improve API Developer Experience

And see how folks are already using Glitch for Platforms

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How Glitch is Growing

Just four months ago, we introduced Glitch to the world, hoping to become the friendly community where you’ll build the app of your dreams. Here’s how we’re doing.

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GitHub, Glitch and the Future of Social Coding

GitHub has radically changed coding in the last 10 years, and we should all celebrate this milestone for Microsoft and for the community. It’s a validation of an important idea: We don’t code alone. This is also the perfect time to ask ourselves as coders and as creators, how we can set our sights far higher than merely being social while we code, and truly bring community and culture into the heart of how we create together.