Teletype for Atom

Collaborate in real time in Atom

Teletype for Atom lets developers share their workspace with team members and collaborate on code in real time.

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3 Reviews5.0/5
This is cool - I did my masters thesis project on remote pair programming and built something similar (but less cool) that this - although my solution used a centralised server and wasn't an an Atom extension (it didn't exist then :D ).
This is exciting stuff. I hope VS Code implements a similar feature soon
I never really liked Atom, purely because it used too much RAM, but this might just persuade me to give another go

I love my custom Atom setup. Any time I have to help with someone else's code it takes twice as long because I have to go on their computer, type on their keyboard. They don't have the same snippets or key bindings as me.

That is no longer a problem. They just send me the portal ID and we can collaborate in our own environment.

Pros:

Uses WebRTC for synchronizing files so no worries about sending source code to other servers

Cons:

Can't wait for some sort of voice communication built in

Integration with Google Hangout in the Teletype for the Voice or Video chat would be great.
Saddly we can't share a project but only the current file edited by the host. Will it be a future feature ?