When comparing Codio vs Browxy, the Slant community recommends Browxy for most people. In the question“What are the best cloud IDEs?” Browxy is ranked 6th while Codio is ranked 12th.
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Pro Designed to teach programming
Pro Fully functional terminal
Codio gives you full access to a terminal, with all the ubuntu commands. You can use the terminal within the page, or you can access by SSH from your computer.
Emmet support for a whole range of features that really boost productivity when working with HTML and CSS. These features include expanding abbreviations into full HTML or CSS as well as some very powerful keyboard shortcuts.
Pro BitBucket integration
It's possible to launch Codio from within BitBucket's repo by adding Codio integration as an add-on.
Pro Server-side environment
Pro Node.js included by default.
Includes Monokai style theme by Luigi Maselli.
Pro Create a simple Java project in one click
Pro The new beta version has a forum to ask for coding help
The new beta version supports a full forum backed up with PHPBB to ask for help in any of the supported languages.
Pro The new beta version supports a full filetree to add/create and delete files
Pro Publish your project to a public URL
Pro Add, create and delete your projects
Create code from a flowchart and a flowchart from code.
Pro Integrated dbugger
Pro No login required to run programs
Pro Run interactive programs and applets
Pro The new beta version supports more languages
It supports C, C++, Java, Php, Python and C#.
Con Private projects aren't free
The pricing plan looks too restrictive comparing to other Coding Cloud solutions.