What a busy month! Who would have thought that so much can happen in just four weeks. Today we are serving you a full five-course meal:

Hope you've just gotten hungry!

Spotted: StackBlitz in the wild Permalink

DX & compatibility Permalink

As we were working on new tools (stay tuned 🔥), we are finishing the month with a whole plethora of improvements:

Does your bug reporting workflow bug you? Permalink

We are overjoyed to see more and more projects adopting StackBlitz for bug reporting. Here are some examples just from this week:

Psst... You can also join this jolly crowd - see our docs page on bug reproductions 🐛

Updates to project sharing Permalink

We have just added a new feature - you can now add other users to your StackBlitz projects as co-owner, editor or viewer. This lets you share ownership or write access to a project, and share read-only access to a private project!

To try it out, click the “Share” button in the editor toolbar to access the “Visibility” and “Share with other users” options:

View of the sharing options pop-up

Note that we do not support concurrent editing at this time. Which means that if two editors save a project, we only keep the latest version!

If a different user with write access has modified a project since the last time you refreshed the project’s tab, and you try to save your own changes, you will get a conflict warning:

View of the save the file pop-up

You can then choose to bypass this warning and save your changes (overwriting the other user’s changes), save your changes as a fork, or do nothing.

Quick bites for the road Permalink

What’s next? Permalink

We are so excited for what the nearest future will bring - we are cooking something really special for you! In the meantime, stay tuned on Twitter or join our Discord community

Sylwia Vargas

DevRel & front-end at Stackblitz. Tech writer and educator advocating for accessible and equitable tech.

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