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how can i get an offline workspace

offline without depending on an internet connection

4 Answers

You're best bet would be to download the workspace files from the videos and use a code editor to work on them offline. there are plenty of free editors out there. one of my personal favorites is Brackets. it's free and open source. other than downloading the workspace files there not any other options that im aware of.

Thank you, it can be useful.

Philip Vaarskov
Philip Vaarskov
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Is there a great console for mac that shows error and where on the lines the error is, just like the console workspace. Im using Atom as the editor.

You can probably just download Linters for the languages you are working with. those would provide errors within Atom.