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Pro Can execute code in the app
Code execution works with all of the available languages and shows you the output on the side.
Pro Supports many languages
Pro Code bunks can be embedded
You can embed your code in your blog with CodeBunk. The embedded code is synced in realtime and is also runnable. All you have to do is add this to your post:
<div class="codebunk" id="[bunkid]" data-lang="[language]" data-runnable="[true|false]"></div>
Pro Code playback enables quick coding process reviews
It's possible to see how the code got written character by character with a feature called Code Playback. It allows reviewing the whole process in a condensed amount of time. Great for interviews to check how the interviewee got to the result.
Pro REPL shells
REPL (read–eval–print loop) enables you to run commands interactively and test ideas out before committing them to code. CodeBunk has a dedicated space for REPL shells in the top-right corner of the interface so they can always be quickly accessed.
Pro Includes videoconferencing and text chat tools
CodeBunk has reserved a an area for text chat it the bottom-right corner and can start a video conference with all active members with one click.
Pro Sessions can be forked
Allows you to fork a session
Pro Keeps a history of previous coding sessions
Pro Teams support
Multiple users can belong to a Team and view bunks created in that team.
Pro All features can be tested before buying a subscription
You can try the editor and code execution for free without, and get 5 free shared session try-outs when you sign up. Also, if you email email@example.com for trial bunks, they do provide a bunch for free.
Con Unable to pay on an as-you-go basis
The cheapest package of sessions is $30.