Do you use web or local IDEs/editors?

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  • upm

    ⠕ Universal Package Manager - Python, Node.js, Ruby, Emacs Lisp.

    I build large projects on my PC, but I use web editors like and more often than local now as there are more features and connectivity bundled by default. It's an exciting time seeing more apps turned into PWAs IMO, and it got me curious, do you use cloud IDEs or local more often?

  • codesandbox-client

    An online IDE for rapid web development

    I use web editors like or for easy prototyping or getting something up quickly. But if I want to start a project I prefer to do that locally.

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