Every time you publish in Haiku, all of your designs & code are synced with our servers. 

You can share the publish link that you get from Haiku and anyone can see your project or install it in code. 

If your project is marked "Public" (meaning anyone in the world can access, use, and modify its source code & designs) then other people can "fork" your project and make their own changes. 

What Haiku doesn't support today and is coming very soon is the ability for more than one person to collaborate on the same project. 

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