What is CodeSwing?
It is an interactive coding environment for VS Code, that allows you to build/explore/learn rich web applications ("swings"). It's like having the magic of a traditional web playground (e.g. CodePen, JSFiddle), but available directly from your highly-personalized editor: themes, keybindings, and extensions.
CodeSwing is a tool in the Tools for Text Editors category of a tech stack.
CodeSwing is an open source tool with 739 GitHub stars and 16 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to CodeSwing's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses CodeSwing?
- Interactive coding environment for VS Code
- Build/explore/learn rich web applications
- Live preview as you type
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