When comparing JSFiddle vs Goorm IDE, the Slant community recommends JSFiddle for most people. In the question“What are the best cloud IDEs?” JSFiddle is ranked 5th while Goorm IDE is ranked 7th. 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 Super easy
No more configurations, just a few clicks?? It's fully ready to develop.
Pro Root access to shell
Goorm allows the user to access their shell as the root user, and SSH is also supported.
Pro Supports most languages and frameworks
Goorm IDE has support for C, C++, Java, Js, python, ruby, node express, jquery, angular, and bootstrap. It even supports web server and integrated debuggger.
Pro Cloud IDE
Goorm IDE is a cloud IDE, making it easy to sign into and code from anywhere.
Con Not actually an IDE
JSFiddle is not actually an IDE and is only suitable for small blocks of code.
Con Non free/libre (proprietary)
Con English is not the primary language
If you do a google search for Goorm IDE, much of the results are in Korean, which is the same with their social media. If you don't speak Korean, you may have difficulty finding more information on Goorm or asking for help/support.