Web development on a Chromebook is super easy and powerful with CodeSandbox

Want to tinker with web development or learn a new skill? Even with an entry-level Chromebook, you can, thanks to CodeSandbox. I’m using it now for my Advanced JavaScript class and it’s a fantastic service that runs in your browser.

Can you learn to code in a college Computer Science program with a Chromebook?

“Can I get through a Computer Science program and learn to code with a Chromebook?” It’s a common question on various forums around the web. Here’s my detailed answer after using a Chromebook for my own CS studies.

Need a diagramming web app for your Chromebook? Check out Draw.io

I’ve been using a Chromebook to code for my Computer Science college classes since last January. It works great. But recently I had to flowchart an algorithm. Draw.io is a great web-based app for nearly any type of diagramming needs.

Souped-up Acer Chromebook Spin 13 available with a Core i7, 16 GB of memory

Most people don’t need a super high-end Chromebook but if you do, there’s a new choice to consider: The Acer Chromebook Spin 13 can be had with a Core i7 U-series chip and 16 GB of RAM.

Coding on a Chromebook: I’m all in with Crostini and the Pixel Slate

One of the most read posts on About Chromebooks is from last April when I detailed how I was coding with my Pixelbook. Now that Project Crostini has quickly matured, I’ve revamped my development environment on the Pixel Slate.

How I code on a Chromebook using Python and a Raspberry Pi

There are several ways to code on a Chromebook, but many of the require extra effort, compromise security or cost too much. I’ve settled on a simple, inexpensive method to meet my requirements until a more native solution comes along.

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