As a longtime emacs user, I appreciate all that repl.it brings to the table, but in my experience, powerful keybinding customization, git integration, offline support, and hackability-to-the-core only comes with a desktop app. Do you have plans to make repl.it work for the desktop? Or are you able to do development solely in repl.it already?
For me right now, repl.it is fun for pulling up some language stack I use infrequently (i.e. Haskell) but if I were to use it for all development I'd want a dedicated app.
we're thinking of building a desktop app the future, right now we are super focused on building tools in the webiste and I think many of the features that you mentioned can be done in Repl.it website, Repl.it team is very small and we try to be focused on our sprints and launching features. But a desktop app can definitely be done in the future once the team grows.