What do I need to use a Devbox playground?
To start a Devbox playground from your Browser, you will need a Github Account.
Does my project need to use Devbox to use Devbox playground?
While you can open any Github Repo in a Devbox playground, you will need a
devbox.json to install packages or configure the environment. You can add any packages in your shell by running
devbox add <pkg>
Can I use my own IDE or editor with a Devbox playground?
Devbox.sh provides a Cloud IDE that you can use to edit your projects in the browser, but you can also open your project in your local VSCode Editor by clicking the
Open in Desktop button.
You can also use your own tools when you connect to the VM via SSH. See our Getting Started Guide for more details.
Do I have to pay to use Devbox.sh?
Devbox.sh is free to use during the Beta period, subject to the restrictions described below.
What are the resource limits for Devbox playgrounds
- CPU: 4 Cores
- RAM: 8 GB
- SSD: 8 GB
If you are interested in using Devbox playgrounds or CDE in an enterprise setting, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a time limit on Devbox playgrounds?
Your playground will be suspended after 4 hours of inactivity, and can be restarted by reopening the playground from your dashboard.
playgrounds are also deleted every 12 hours, regardless of activity
I want to request more resources, persistence, or a different OS for my VM
Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in a custom solution for your enterprise.
What OS does the Devbox.sh use?
Debian Linux, running on a x86-64 platform
How many VM's can I run concurrently?
You can have up to 5 concurrent projects per Github Account. To run more playgrounds, you can visit your Dashboard to delete older playgrounds
Where does Devbox run my playground?
Devbox VMs are run as Fly Machines in local Data Centers. To minimize latency, Devbox.sh will attempt to create a Fly Machine as close to your current location as possible.