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ghurooghuroo 

How can I develop Trailhead Playground resources in Eclipse Force.com IDE?

Hi,

I'm used to work with Eclipse/Visual Code/Sublime/Atom and so far I can't get Trailhead Playgrounds to work with any of these.

How can I develop for Trailhead Playgrounds using any IDE and not the Developer Console?

I believe I already configured Force.com IDE to work with my DE org but my TP projects don't show.
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Alain CabonAlain Cabon
There is no problem with MavensMate (test just now).

You should reset your password ( Setup > Users > Reset password(s) for your user )

http://www.0to1code.com/blog/2015/08/20/how-to-setup-mavensmate-in-sublime-text-for-salesforce/
 

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Alain CabonAlain Cabon
There is no problem with MavensMate (test just now).

You should reset your password ( Setup > Users > Reset password(s) for your user )

http://www.0to1code.com/blog/2015/08/20/how-to-setup-mavensmate-in-sublime-text-for-salesforce/
 
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ghurooghuroo
thank you.

working perfectly now :)

Instructions:
1. Reset Trailhead Playground Password
1.1 Take note of username + password

2. Install MavensMate

3. Sublime + MavensMate Extension.
Xuguang Yang 7Xuguang Yang 7
create a force.com project in eclipes IDE by providing username, password and token. The username and password can be found in your trailhead instance setting->personal information.
Janet EpebinuJanet Epebinu
To create a project via Eclipse Force.com IDE, provide your Trailhead playground username, password, and security token (not your DE credentials). For the Environment, select Other (Specify) and choose login.salesforce.com and then click Next. This should take you to a page where you click Finish. 
For more information on how to connect  to your trailhead playground and create projects check this link –
http://forceforte.com/connect-to-trailhead-playground-via-eclipse-force-com-ide/
 
Marco Zisa 2Marco Zisa 2

You may try also Salesforce Org Manager (https://github.com/mzisa/salesforce-org-manager), which is an open source project proposing an org metadata manager like MavensMate, with treeview rendering of the Org's metadata + Visual Studio Code as IDE.

You would need also to install Salesforce DX CLI for the above configuration as FORCE.COM plugin will be no longer supported soon...