Today we announced the general availability of the Pack Studio, opening up Pack building to everyone. We’re incredibly thankful for everyone that participated in the beta program, as your feedback helped us shape and polish the SDK to something we’re incredibly proud of. And if you missed out on the beta don’t worry, now is the perfect time to build your first Pack!
To celebrate the launch we’re hosting the first-ever Coda Packathon. (Well, technically the second, but that was more of a trial run.) It’s a six-week hackathon, open to the public, where you can build Packs for a chance to win prize money (and bragging rights of course).
It’s easy to enter:
- Register at coda.devpost.com
- Build a Pack (whatever you can dream up).
- Create a Coda doc to show it off (be creative!).
- Record a short video with a demo.
- Upload the code somewhere you can share with the judges (GitHub, a Coda doc, etc.).
You can enter as many times as you like, working with a team or on your own.
We’re so excited to see what everyone builds, and if there is anything we can do to help you along don’t hesitate to ask. Posting questions here to the Coda Community is always fine, but we also created a Discord chat server for the Packathon where Codans and other contestants will be hanging out.