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Can Scratch 2.0 be used offline?
December 14, 2018
6:58 pm
Mikiko
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We have a kids hackathon on April 28th, but it could be that we will only have a local wi-fi available, and no internet access (for reasons). Could we use Scratch 2.0 under those circumstances?

Anyway, the kids coudn’t save their projects as long as no new memberships are accepted. Well, would appreciate your answers anyway! uể oải

December 17, 2018
10:01 am
Ben
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Hi Mikiko,

At this time, there is no offline or downloadable version of EdScratch in development. As such, you do require an internet connection to use EdScratch.
EdScratch requires the code you program in the environment to be compiled in order to be downloaded into the Edison robot. To ensure the compiler works correctly across all platforms and keep costs such that we can deliver EdScratch at no charge, delivering through an online solution is the best option for EdScratch. This online solution also enables us to ensure that we are able to provide updates and improvements into the live system for all users on an ongoing basis.

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