Getting the Most Out of \newline's Discord Channel

If you'd like to join the \newline Discord channel, then click here.

\newline Discord is friendly community where we help each other.

Please upload a profile picture with your real face on it -- it's great to be able to put a face to the name.

By using this server you agree to abide by our Code of Conduct described here

NOTE: We intend to publicly publish the logs of each chat room on our website. This makes it easier for folks to search the archives. You can find more details in the Code-of-conduct link above.


Join the Discord channel by using this link.

When you hop into a channel, introduce yourself! We'd love to hear about who you are and what you're working on. So I might say:

"Hey everyone! I'm Nate, the founder of newline. I'm working on a React/Next.js app for helping programmers be better at their jobs."

Asking Questions#

The best way to get help is to create a minimum-reproducible example. That means some sort of code sandbox (Codepen, StackBlitz, jsbin, etc.) that runs your complete example and shows the bug. It takes a little bit longer to create this, but it's worth the effort if you want help.

This is a great post on how to ask coding questions online.


There is a leaderboard for Discord which can be found here.


The following badges are available:

  • Staff - reserved for \newline staff

  • Author - authors of \newline books and courses

  • Moderator - official moderators

  • Contributor - anyone who submits a pull request that we merge. More info: the \newline contributors program

  • Regular - anyone with Level 5* or above in the leaderboard

*This level is as of writing. This level requirement will increase over time