Basic for light usage and staying updated with current tech
100 Cloud Execution Minutes/week
5 x 20 = 100 free codelabs
VSCode editor + IntelliSense on Web
Execution environment = 1GB RAM
Execution environment = 10GB SDD
Access to free HD tutorials
Serious learning, best for students and learning developers
Everything included in Zero
Unlimited Cloud Execution Minutes
Full access to learning paths
Unlocked playground capabilities
Access to all codelabs
Mentorship from codedamn staff
Access to all premium courses
Jokes aside, plan Zero is a restricted-trial of the 1337 plan. You can access limited amount of codelabs and integrated terminal. With 1337, you can share public URLs of your websites hosted on codedamn architecture, build complete projects with unlimited web terminal minutes, and attempt all present and future codelabs.
Not only this, with 1337 plan, you get access to all the premium courses of codedamn currently hosted for $10 on Udemy each.
codelab is a lab designed for you to learn to code a certain concept, and then write solution for a problem, and then verify its correctness - all within your current browser window. This is made possible by using state-of-the-art containerization technology on backend with a variety of tools available at your disposal.Learn more about codelabs on codedamn→
codedamn intelligently runs all your solutions in an isolated backend environment so that your submissions are valid and verified by codedamn. This requires us to use actual physically isolated hardware which costs us. When you "Run Tests" in a codelab, we spin off a dedicated instance for your evaluation, and the time it takes for it to run is what is called cloud execution minutes.
Cloud execution minutes are rounded to nearest upper second. That means, if your test runs for 31.337 seconds, it would be stored as 32 seconds.
Note that cloud execution minutes is also used up when you use the web terminal and is accounted rounded up to nearest upper minute. That means, if you run a web terminal instance for 3 minutes and 44 seconds, it'll be stored as 4 minutes of usage.Learn more about how Cloud Execution Minutes work→