In this article, we will talk about some online tools that can help you as a developer to compile and run your code in various programming languages such as, C, C ++, Java, Python etc.
As long as you have access to the Internet, you can test your code wherever you are.In this post, you will see several online compilers for different programming languages.
If you know of other similar solutions, feel free to share your experience with other readers in the comments.
CodeChef accepts code in more than 35 languages.
First of all, it is a competition website for programmers. You can take one of the competition’s challenges or practice at the different levels available ( beginner, easy, medium, hard, challenge and peer ).
Its text editor allows you to configure the indentation and choose from more than 30 themes.
In addition, the IDE offers features like keyboard shortcuts which make development enormously easier.
CodeChef IDE website.
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With support for 30 programming languages, Replit is very well built.
Replit Classroom is a tool, within the site, aimed at teachers. Its editor allows configuration of the look and feel along with 2 theme options (light / dark).
You would need to register though if you want to share your code.
Check out Replit website.
Java online editor
Ideone is not an IDE (as the name suggests). It is rather an online compiler and debugging tool .
You can write your code in your local editor (or on the website itself). You can then choose from more than 60 programming languages to compile and run your work.
The best thing about this application is how you can quickly debug many different programming languages on the same page, something difficult to find on other sites of the same type.
Even though it looks simple, it also has syntax highlighting and allows you to easily share your code.
Check out Ideone website.
Python online editor on Codepad
With a more simplified editor and a limited amount of supported languages (C / C ++, D, Haskell, Lua, OCcami, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Scheme and TCL), this is worth trying if you like simplicity and efficiency.
CodePad is not an IDE, but an editor integrated with a compiler / interpreter.
It is also a collaboration tool .
When writing and executing your code, the site generates a corresponding so that you will be able to share it.
Out of curiosity, the website was developed in Python, using Pylons and SQLAlchemy so it makes sense to provide an online editor for python.
Check out CodePad website.
JsFiddle is another very popular website among programmers who want to test their code. Its interface is quite different when compared to JS Bin, in addition to having support for more complex functions. The interesting thing is that you can sign up with a free account and start writing your code online easily.
The site even offers a short URL that you can share with your friends through Twitter, Facebook and other social networks.
Check out JsFiddle website.
Its interface can be a little confusing at first, but it is easy to get used to. In addition, the app’s developers have prepared some online tutorials to help new users of the site. Check out JS BIN website.
With a clean interface, 2 theme options (light / dark, too) and more than 20 programming language options (among the most popular), RemoteInterview is designed to be an “interview” site for hiring programmers , where the developer can show his knowledge and skills. It goes far beyond this, for sure.
The interface is intuitive and has hotkey options, which simulate the editors Vim , Sublime and Emacs. If you are already used to one of them, you will feel at home.
RemoteInterview also has the functionality that allows you to share your code on forums, chats and social networks etc.
Check out RemoteInterview website.
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