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I got 15,000+ requests on my app in less than 24 hours!

I built DomeCode in 2020 and- the title. That's it.

The good thing is DomeCode is on track to achieve that and I believe I along with the help of other talented developers ( still looking for them ) can eventually build a platform for the world that has all the coding resources at one place.
And the fact that it's already receiving a lot of traffic ( over 15,000 requests in the past 24 hours alone for just the pre-release without me even reaching out as much as I actually could have ). This is the kind of response that makes me believe that DomeCode can actually be a coding platform that was missing all this while. Even if you might be thinking that the features I listed are standard, well you won't have that thought once the further versions roll in with the sick features I have planned!

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DomeCode is still in the alpha stage though and is optimized only for larger screens as of now, however, I'd be fixing that soon and it will be completely optimized for screens of all sizes by the stable version. So if you're someone who thinks that they might be a good fit for contributing in a growing project like this, lemme know by emailing at iwantin@domecode.com

You can checkout DomeCode by clicking this link.

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Mohsen Alyafei

Thanks.
But why the language list failed to list or include javascript?

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Arth Author

btw you should definitely try out DomeCode!

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Mohsen Alyafei

I am already a member ;-)

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Arth Author

well, I just changed #webdev to #javascript if that's more appropriate. Dev.to has a 4 tag limit though.

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Mohsen Alyafei

Great. Thanks.

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Arth Author

You mean the tags?

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