What is a sandbox?
A sandbox is a set of interface components allowing you to interact with a computing environment (such as a terminal or code editor).
A sandbox is designed to help you with two things:
- Focus on the task at hand without installing anything.
- Try a new piece of software without cluttering your local environment
Who can use this?
|+ Available as a plan add-on|
|(✓) Included for 5% of users on plan; add'l licenses available as a plan add-on|
Here's an example of a typical sandbox environment:
Where can I find sandboxes?
Sandboxes are included within select, popular video courses throughout the Skills platform. If a sandbox exists, you'll see a Launch Sandbox button as shown below.
Where can I find additional help with sandboxes?
Click the gear icon in the lower left corner of the sandbox to find environment and interface overviews, settings, and shortcuts. Use the Help Tour for a guided, step-by-step tour of the sandbox.
For additional documentation covering sandboxes, please check out this Getting started - User guide.
If you need help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for 24/7 assistance.