In the world of software development, safeguarding sensitive information is critical. Whether you're dealing with API keys, authentication tokens, or other confidential data, secrets play an important role in maintaining application security. In this article, you'll learn how to add and manage your secrets and how Replit handles secrets in a collaborative environment.
To make sure you never lose any of your work, Replit auto-saves your code as you write. If you ever lose an edit to your code that you'd like to recover, rewind back in time with File History.
With Inline Threads, you can make comments and discuss topics with collaborators directly in your code.
Why use a debugger?
Expandable Storage provides you with account-wide storage, where your Repls can take up as much space as you have on your account. This is great for storing large amounts of data.
Multiplayer in Replit allows two or more users to code together in real-time.
You can find the current resource usage of your Repl in the workspace header. This includes the amount of RAM, CPU, and Storage currently being used by your Repl to run your code, the LSP, and other background services.
You can customize your coding experience by opening up the Settings tool in the Tools section.
Console & Shell
Every Repl has both a Console and a Shell.
The Webview is a specialized Tool for previewing and debugging your web application.
Because Replit runs your projects on a cloud environment, ports work differently on Replit than on your local computer. (If you need a more basic explanation of what TCP ports are, start here.)