Netzo provides a full-featured code editor for your projects directly in your browser. The file explorer to the left allows you to navigate, edit, add, and delete existing files. The editor supports syntax highlighting for a wide range of languages and file types. To edit the project settings, you can click on the gear icon beside the project name.
The file explorer to the left of the editor allows you to navigate, edit, add, and delete existing files. Some special files which Netzo will use are:
entrypoint- executed when an HTTP request is sent to the project's URL
import_map.json- used to map import paths to URLs
readme.md- rendered in the project overview page
To create a directory, simply create a file with a trailing slash (e.g.
components/Table.tsx). This will create a
Table.tsx file inside a
The project drawer to the right of the editor provides convenient access to certain features while editing projects.
The testing drawer allows you to test your project by making HTTP requests to the project's URL. You can choose the HTTP method, add headers, and specify a request body. The response will be displayed below the request.
The deployments drawer allows you to view the project's deployments in real time and which of them are currently marked as the
The requests drawer allows you to view the history of requests being made to the project in real time. These requests will count towards the project's request quota.
The logs drawer allows you to view the project's logs in real time. You can toggle between regular runtime logs (output of using
console methods in the project code) and crashes (system logs automatically sent by the runtime).
The variables drawer allows you to view all variables in the current workspace. From here you can copy the variable's name to be used with the Netzo SDK. Note that you will need a valid API key to instantiate these variables with the SDK.
A quick link to the Netzo documentation for projects.