Introduction to the Workspace
The Workspace is like an IDE (Integrated Development Environment), providing a comprehensive set of development tools and features for creating, debugging, and managing your software. It helps you quickly and easily create, modify, and collaborate on your code.
Configuring a Repl
Every Repl comes with two configuration files .replit and replit.nix. The .replit file controls multiple aspects of your Repl's behavior including the run command, LSP (Language Server Protocol), whether your Repl is a Workspace Extension, and more.
Using Nix with Replit
Replit supports all programming languages through integration with Nix. Nix is a tool for managing software packages and system configurations.
Keyboard shortcuts are a great way to save time and increase productivity.
Repl Environment Metadata
In some cases, it's useful to retrieve some metadata about the current Repl you're in. Every Repl has some pre-populated environment variables, exposing some information about itself.
Using Git on Replit