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I know that Craig is just "simulating" the prototype part. But wouldn't it be good if WE also could sent out our proto?
It might be a stupid question and hopefully will be answered in the upcoming lessons but wouldn't it be good if Craig showed us how WE actually could send out our proto (not the workspace but the program) so others could easily test it and perhaps get similar feedback so we know how it works? Just saying it would be good to know how he actually did that :P!
Craig DennisTreehouse Teacher
You can download your code using File > Download Workspace. If you have Java installed on your machine you will be able to unzip and run the code locally, using the same commands we do in the workspace.
We will be getting to this and working with IDEs shortly, just didn't really want to distract from the tasks at hand. Setup and installation of anything can be a bummer. I'd rather we had some fun and got hooked on it first.