CodeTogether is a remote pair programming solution that can be installed into Eclipse and VS Code (IntelliJ support coming).
Participants can join coding sessions in any browser, with access to core coding features like content assist, validation and navigation along with a workspace-wide file content search. The browser runs IDE tech, so typing is as performant as any local IDE. CodeTogether can handle dozens of participants, so mob programming is possible as well. For participants, no prior registrations, downloads or installations are required.
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Pro Typing is instantaneous
Even for remote participants, unlike screen sharing or other remote programming solutions, your code appears as you type, with no lag - as if you were using a local editor.
Pro Content assist, validation, navigation, and other dev capabilities available
Participants who join coding sessions have access to all coding capabilities, even in a browser
Pro Participants join using any browser
Participants simply open a link to join a session in any modern browser. No downloads, installations or registrations required.
Pro Can join in a browser
Con No shared debug capability
Cannot currently debug together in a session