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.

Tony Brix
Tinyik Fong
Diego Barreiro
  • Pros: 

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


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

    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.

    Tony Brix has used this product for one day.
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Ben Flowers
Ben Flowers@benoj · Platform Engineer @ Wrisk
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 ).
Micheal Allen
Micheal Allen@mykro · I design and develop things
This is exciting stuff. I hope VS Code implements a similar feature soon
Yashu Mittal
Yashu MittalHiring@mittalyashu77 · Founder & CEO, CodeCarrot
Ben Clark
Ben Clark@benclark06 · professional scratch dev
I never really liked Atom, purely because it used too much RAM, but this might just persuade me to give another go
Bastien@bastienrbt · Gobelins Student & Awwwards Young Jury
Saddly we can't share a project but only the current file edited by the host. Will it be a future feature ?
Samuel Goudie
Samuel Goudie@sgoudie · Founder @homamoco
Wowsers. This is cool. We use screensharing a lot, but I imagine this will be much more efficient.