Sharing Sandbox Programs and Code
Teachers’ Sandbox programs are automatically shared. Any program a teacher creates in Sandbox is automatically public. Anyone can visit the URL of a Sandbox program and see it in the editor.
Visiting the URL of a Sandbox program will take you to the IDE so you can see the output side-by-side with the code, mess around and make some changes, and even fork the program to your own sandbox.
Logged-out users can also create shared programs in the sandbox and send them to their friends or teacher.
If you'd like to exclusively share the output, like before, you can turn off "Show Code" in your share settings:
Resource: Link-Sharing Sheet for Students
If your students are not able to use email to share links with each other, you can use this sheet to collect and distribute links for your class. Just make a copy in your own Google Drive and use the sheet to share student links.
Embedding Sandbox Programs
Sandbox Programs also have an embed link which are used to embed them in a webpage. The “embed” link is the URL for your shared program with “/embed” at the end.
Fork Sandbox Programs
Forking is the ability to copy a program to your own sandbox, essentially taking a snapshot of it and making it your own.
Go to the shared link of any Sandbox program
Hit the Fork button to create a separate copy of the code in your Sandbox.
Making and saving changes to this copy won't affect the original program.
Sharing Sandbox Programs
Forking Sandbox Programs
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