Frequently Asked Questions
Duckly is an IDE plugin that makes coding multiplayer. It allows developers to talk, share their code, server, terminal, and collaborate in real-time with people using different IDEs. Duckly is available for VS Code and all IntelliJ IDEA-based IDEs.
How to start with Duckly?
- Download Duckly plugin on your IDE.
- Select your username.
- Start a coding session!
How can I share my code?
Share your code by using the Duckly plugin for your IDE. Just open Duckly on your IDE and click on "Share code".
By the way, the code is shared P2P and it never touches our servers.
What IDEs does Duckly support?
- VS Code
- VS Codium
- Android Studio
- More IDES coming soon!
How can I share my terminal
Install our terminal integration with npm so you can share any terminal session on a Duckly call.
To install, type on your terminal: $ npm install --global duckly
Then login on your Duckly account: $ duckly login
While on a call, type this on your terminal: $ duckly share
Does the code or repository has to be on Duckly?
No. We don't store any code and no data touches our servers. We allow you to share your code P2P and encrypted with other people of your team so you can collaborate in real-time.
What data are you collecting?
We deeply care about your privacy and security.
We use Segment with Amplitude to analyze the product usage. We use Google Analytics to analyze the web traffic. Any personal info stored is the one provided by the user and can also be deleted very easily by the user.
Please read about our security here.
Are you hiring?
Maybe! Are you passionate about creating tools that allow people to be more productive and easily share their knowledge? Let's talk!