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working with workspaces

hey everyone, i'm kinda new here, and after finishing my first course (how to make a website with Nick Pettit) I found Workspaces really confortable when coding, much more than sublime text 2 for example.

my question is, is it ok if I use workspaces as my main text editor for another courses or particular works? or should I become more fluent on external text editors?

2 Answers

Victor Ngo
Victor Ngo
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You definitely could. The only downside to using Workspaces I can think of would be that it is a online resource. If you wanted to access your code where there isn't a internet connection available you would have to use a External Editor.

thanks for the answer! I could download my progress every time I stop for the day so, in that way I should have no problem!