Clasp is an online programming environment. You can run code right in your browser. There is no configuration or installation.
It is run by Sidney Kochman.
Clasp will automatically run your code when you stop typing. You can also use Cmd+U on a Mac, Ctrl+U on Windows or Linux, or F6 to run your code.
There is a limit to how long your code can run. After about 5 seconds, Clasp will terminate your program.
Clicking on the Save button will save your current code to your library. If you're not logged in, Clasp will prompt you for your email.
Your library contains your saved code and is stored on Clasp servers.
Click on the Share button to get a link that you can send to anyone. The link will show a snapshot of your code, and a visitor can edit her own copy and share it again.
Once code is shared with a specific link, it cannot be deleted or changed. However, you can share your edits with a new link.
Clasp does not share personal information with third parties, nor does it store any information about your visit other than what is necessary to analyze, optimize, and provide service.
If you have any comments or questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.