My TwitchTV project works from my Cloud9 account ... for now

My TwitchTV project works from my Cloud9 account ... for now
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#1

Due to the CodePen/TwitchTV sandboxed iframe issue, I could not get my TwitchTv project to work from CodePen. I was able, however, to get it to work from my Cloud9 account. I don’t know if the live-preview works forever from Cloud9, but as of today - Oct 18 2016 - it’s working. Try my link and let me now if it works or not. Thanks!

https://preview.c9users.io/bhboruff/fcc_twitch_project/index.html?_c9_id=livepreview1&_c9_host=https://ide.c9.io


#2

It works for me, but I think the free C9 accounts are turned off for a few hours per day. Another option is to use GitHub pages, but you’re only able to host one project at a time there.

Looks good, though!


#3

Exactly. That’s what I was wondering about. I have a paid account, though, so I hope it persists!
Thanks for checking it out!

Oh, and since I’m already hosting my website http://boruff.me from GitHub pages, I’m assuming that THAT counts as my one project, right?


#4

Hi,

You can host many projects on github pages. I have most of my few projects on there. it’s a great choice for basic hosting requirements.

The only ones i don’t host are the ones that have to do without https to work, I leave those ones on codepen.


#5

Oh, fantastic! I thought GitHub only allowed one. This completely changes the way I see GHPages. :thumbsup:


#6

yeh its great :slight_smile:

You can have one website, and multiple projects.

what that means is you can have one root site, and lots of rootsite.io/projects. So multiple pages really, but each one has its own repository.