Technical requirements for Code.org

Follow

Supported Browsers and Platforms

Code.org takes a tiered approach to the level of support we provide for different browsers and platforms to ensure we are building a stellar experience for most of our users, and an acceptable experience for the rest. 

We recommend at least a 15 Megabit per second Internet connection for your classroom. Code.org tutorials are compatible with any modern laptop or desktop, tablet devices such as iPads, and Chromebooks!

We support the following combinations of operating systems and browsers:

Browser

Operating System

Chrome 33.x and higher

XP & Windows 7 and higher

Mac OS 10.6 and higher

Android 4.1.2 and higher

Safari 7.0.x and higher

Mac OS 10.6 and higher

iOS 7.x and higher 

Internet Explorer 11 and higher

Windows 7 and higher

Mac OS 10.6 and higher

Microsoft Edge

Windows 10 and higher

Firefox 25.x and higher

Windows 7 and higher 

Note that all CS Principles and CS Discoveries courses are not compatible with tablets or mobile devices - a full keyboard and mouse are required. 

 

Sites to Whitelist

For the very best experience with all Code.org content, we recommend consulting with your school or district's IT department to ensure the following sites are whitelisted and aren't blocked.

Priority

URL

Required

https://code.org

https://*.code.org

 

Optional

 https://cdn.optimizely.com

https://www.google-analytics.com

To use YouTube hosted videos

 

https://s.youtube.com/*

https://www.youtube.com/*

https://*.googlevideo.com

https://*ytimg.com

To use Code.org hosted videos

Unblock: https://videos.code.org

Block: https://www.youtube.com/favicon.ico

To use Internet Simulator

(in CS Principles)

https://api.pusherapp.com

wss://ws.pusherapp.com:443

 

Videos

All of our curriculum incorporates videos hosted on YouTube, though many schools block YouTube for students. In the event your school's network blocks YouTube, Code.org will default to a fallback video player. You can test your browser's settings to see if YouTube is blocked and to verify that fallback video player will work for your classroom at code.org/educate/IT

 

Have more questions? Submit a request

Comments

Powered by Zendesk