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lwc-playground is feature given by Salesforce to try out LWC on the fly without any tools and org.

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Where to share and demonstrate LWC code?

The Playground in the Lightning component library gone, WebComponents.dev redirecting to LWC.studio, the latter announcing its shutdown at the beginning of 2024 - is there still a place to share and ...
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WebComponents.dev for Lightning Web Components: How to?

We are now seeing the following message at the top of the Lightning Web Components Playground: Playground will be retired on February 1, 2021. All saved projects will be permanently deleted at that ...
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Access recordId in LWC child component

Can I access the recordId directly in a LWC child component instead of passing it from parent component? I put @api recordId in child component but im getting undefined.
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How to export specific version of project on lwc playground

I am trying to export all my projects from the live playground to take backup. I am following this doc and I have installed the Playground Export CLI Plugin using the below command. $ sfdx plugins:...
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LWC Playground: Save option removed?

Did Salesforce get rid of the Save button in Lightning Web Component Playground? I can't find anything in the release notes about this. Pretty unfortunate if this is permanent. Saved Playground ...
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Lightning Web Components Playground - issue with imported JS files

I'm trying to load a component that utilizes the YouTube embedded player JS files. I've included a subfolder in the basicYouTubePlayer folder called YouTubeJS, and included the files in that folder. ...
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