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I've been using repl for javascipt on html. I like its integration with github with a [Commit and Push] button. I also like the preview page that can be maximized to a new tab where you get the space to debug. Needs improvement is the auto-formatting that needs lots of hint. See More
Awesome website that will let you code using more than 30 languages online. The first time I came across Repl.it, I was beyond amazed. Instead of downloading an IDE and installing language, I could enter Repl.it in my browser, and everything was set up for me. Repl.it is very easy to use and I have been using their Repl Run feature to share my code since it was released. I have also been a part of many collaborative real time coding sessions with my friends, and this has saved a huge amount of time. I would definitely recommend trying Repl.it, so you can experience how amazing this IDE really is. See More
Nathan R's Experience
CodeAnywhere recently partnered up with DigitalOcean. Now users can manage, spin up and provision DigitalOcean droplets all from the CodeAnywhere IDE. This is a great addition for both products, combining the power of an affordable host with the portability and power of CodeAnywhere IDE. See More
I'm one of those people who likes testing Alpha software, unfortunately, Coder.com is a let down. Featuring only 3GB HDD and 3GB Project size is too few even for a discerning programmer. They do make up for the Visual Studio Code port, but legal in focus, its questionable due to different licensing terms than the GitHub version. See More
Capuccino 's Experience