Although Koji provides a feature-rich online project editor, you might prefer to use your own suite of development tools. The goal of this tutorial is to guide you through cloning a project to your local machine and editing and publishing it from there.
clone a Koji project to your development machine, so that you can work on it locally.
install a Node.js web server environment on your development machine and launch both a frontend and a backend server so that you can work with all aspects of your app within your local area network.
learn how to push the changes that you make locally to your project’s origin repository, and how to pull the latest version of your project into the Koji editor, where you can publish it to the world.