Use our free tools to help developers with your project
Get more folks using your project more quickly by:
- Removing friction for new users - Enable people to go from GitHub repo to live app with one-click.
- Creating great documentation - Show, don't just tell. Create unlimited sample apps, which people can learn from and re-use in their own apps.
- Collaborating on code - People can watch you code in real-time or pair program with you, like working together on a Google Doc.
Glitch in the wild
Some projects already using Glitch to improve experiences for devs
Reduce the support burden and empower your community
Save yourself from endless back-and-forth on issues, just hop into a project and help people directly. Inline requests mean you know exactly which part of the code they're stuck with.
Anybody can help, so stop yourself from burning out and enable community members to help each other. Help requests are tagged automatically based on file type and dependencies, as well as a user's own suggested tags, so contributors are directed to questions they know more about.
How to get started
Create example apps demoing your project on Glitch. Then:
- Remix on Glitch - Generate a 'Remix on Glitch' button to add to your GitHub project page, blog posts and help docs.
You can pre-populate a project's env vars on remix, here's how.
- Import from GitHub- Or, add a button to import your GitHub repo to Glitch.
To provide Glitch-specific instructions on how to work with your code, just add a 'glitch_readme.md' file to your GitHub project and it'll be the first page folks see after import to Glitch.