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    I would love to read it, but I have to pay to do so…

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      I like the reference to one of the most classic Dutch cannabis strains.

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        I’m working on a few different things:

        • My personal website (mostly a blog)
        • A project based around git repos
        • An event-store database
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          It only works in Google Chrome and Microsoft Chrome, unfortunately:

          For the best experience with Codespaces, we recommend using a Chromium-based browser, like Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Firefox is currently unsupported, and there are known issues using Safari.

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            Codespaces allows you to develop in the cloud instead of locally. Developers can contribute from anywhere, on any machine, including tablets or Chromebooks

            …and on iOS all browsers including Chrome use the Safari rendering engine so this doesn’t really open up development on the most popular tablet platform at all.

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              I imagine they will add that.

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              Before that note is this paragraph, though:

              During the beta, functionality is limited.

              So hopefully once it’s actually released it will be usable in every browser.

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                It only works in Google Chrome and Microsoft Chrome, unfortunately:

                To be honest, it’s quite scary to run all of that inside a browser. Can you imagine the performance on that?

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                  It probably performs fine on most development machines, to be fair.