Learn to code in two-player mode

Getting started with WoofJS Team Projects

  1. Go to woofjs.com/team. A new team project will be created for you automatically with a randomly generated name. (If you don’t like the name, simply go to woofjs.com/team again to get a new one.)
  2. Share the generated URL with you teammates. (Be careful who you share this link with because anyone who has it can edit or even delete your project.)
  3. Code and collaborate! You can code as you normally would on woofjs.com. Everything you do will be automatically synced with other teammates.
  4. When you’re ready to share your project with the world, copy-and-paste your code to a regular non-team project on woofjs.com/create and save it. You then can safely send the link to this personal project that only you can edit while keeping the URL of your team project secret.

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Enabling computational thinking by building tools for thought at futureofcoding.org. Co-creator of thecodingspace.com and woofjs.com

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Steve Krouse

Steve Krouse

Enabling computational thinking by building tools for thought at futureofcoding.org. Co-creator of thecodingspace.com and woofjs.com

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