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Reaching New Audiences and Users
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Why anonymity is important for everyone, and how we can build more privacy-preserving platforms for the future.
Attendees of Google's Chrome Dev Summit were invited to vote in an interactive single elimination bracket on Chrome's web features. We invited Jake Archibald, Developer Advocate for Google Chrome, to share what he learned while building that app and guidance on how you can build your own right here on Glitch.
We’re excited to announce that the mixed reality pros at Magic Leap are bringing a suite of Magic Leap developer tools and resources to Glitch. Now you can create, share, remix, and collaborate on Magic Leap creations on Glitch, either from your computer or from your Magic Leap 1 device.
Mapbox's new Interactive Storytelling template is out and available on Glitch, ready for you to dive in creating guided narratives with a fully interactive map and little to no code.
Glitch is headed to Los Angeles for Capitol Royale November 15-17! Read on for information on our hackathon, and other special appearances!
Data for Progress and YouGov Blue have been fielding a massive survey of Democratic primary voters across the US. Explore one of the results datasets right here in Glitch!
Collect, manage, share interview-style questions from conference event attendees and audiences using the customizable, free Glitch app.
Glitch is coming to XOXO, the premiere experimental festival for artists and creators who make stuff online.
Define your theme, see it in action, and get the code with Google's Material Theme Builder on Glitch.