When comparing JSFiddle vs PaizaCloud IDE, the Slant community recommends JSFiddle for most people. In the question“What are the best cloud IDEs?” JSFiddle is ranked 4th while PaizaCloud IDE is ranked 12th. The most important reason people chose JSFiddle is:
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Pro CoffeeScript and SCSS support
Pro Allows collaborating on code
JSFiddle makes it easy to save the code snippets and send the link to others who can view and edit the code.
Pro Supports a wide variety of frameworks and extensions
JSFiddle can switch to selection of frameworks and extensions including jQuery, AngularJS, ReactiveJS, D3 simply from a dropdown.
Pro 3 seconds instant launch
PaizaCloud launches new development environment server just in 3 seconds. So, you can casually create or destroy server.
Pro Floating window manager
PaizaCloud provides Floating window manager like Windows or Mac by default. It makes the environment more flexible. PaizaCloud also provides Tab window mode when you want to use the full screen for one purpose.
Pro HTTP/HTTPS access to any ports
PaizaCloud allow you to access almost all ports for HTTP/HTTPs access.
Pro No credit card required
No credit card is required for FREE plan.
PaizaCloud's Editor or Terminal fully support non-ASCII languages like Japanese, Chinese, European languages.
Pro Extensible PaizaCloud app
PaizaCloud provides standard application like File manager, Editor, Terminal. But, PaizaCloud also provides the possibility to add or even create new App-for-PaizaCloud using HTML/CSS.
Pro Terminal with root
In PaizaCloud, you can sudo to root. So, you can install packages, or run service freely.
Pro Supports Jupyter notebook
PaizaCloud has Jupyter Notebook support with Python libraries like NumPy, SciPy, Pandas, or matplotlib built-in.
Pro Google Home / Google Assistant development in the browser
As PaizaCloud runs in the cloud, you can develop and run the Google Home / Google Assistant application, without deploying to another server.
Con Not actually an IDE
JSFiddle is not actually an IDE and is only suitable for small blocks of code.