21/02/2016

My list of online editors

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Online editors (testers, debuggers) are awesome if we want to quickly test some code. They are also very useful to check our solution when we want to post an answer on Stack Overflow. Here is my collection of various online editors that I encountered, though personally I use only some of them.

I'm publishing it because it can be helpfull for others and because I'd like to have this list easily accessible in Internet. Of course this list is not complete and there are many other editors. If you know something interesting let me know and I will add it here.


Online Editor Language / Technology Share function Collaborate function
yUMLUMLYes
draw.ioDiagramsYes (via Google docs)Yes
moqupsUI moqupsYesYes
ideoneC#, Java, Haskell, C++, Ada and many otherYes
SQL FiddleSQL (MySQL, Oracle, PostgreeSQL, SQLLite, MSSQL)Yes
regular expressions 101Regular expressionsYes
.NET FiddleC#, VB.NET, F#YesYes
C# PadC#
D3.jsD3.js Java Script library
CodePenHTML + CSS + JSYes
jsfiddleHTML + CSS + JSYesYes
JS BinHTML + CSS + JSYesSoon
CSS DeckHTML + CSS + JSYesYes
LiveweaveHTML + CSS + JSYesYes
PlunkerHTML + CSS + JSYesYes
cpp.shC++Yes

By share function I mean a possibility to create a pernament link to our code. Collaborate functions allows a group of developers to write a code together.

3 comments:

Unknown said...

cpp.sh is very simple C++ online editor and compiler.

Michał Komorowski said...

Thanks, I've already added it to my list.

Unknown said...

I often work with these resources. Rarely, but sometimes doing a presentation in powerpoint, if you're interested, here is a good template for them http://charts.poweredtemplate.com/powerpoint-diagrams-charts/index.html. I hope it will be useful to you.

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