5 Best Web Code Editor

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A developer can’t live withous a code editor. There are a lot of desktop software, very interesting and full of features. But in a world, by now, web-centric, what are best web-code-editor?

Coderun

CodeRun Studio is a cross-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE), designed for the cloud. It enables you to easily develop, debug and deploy web applications using your browser.

CodeRun Studio can be used instead or alongside your existing desktop IDE. You can upload existing code in order to test it in the cloud or for sharing with your peers.

Kodingen

Kodingen started with two brothers (Devrim & Sinan) coming together to give something back to developers community.

How did it start? Well, in the summer of 2008 -7 years later than the last time I have developed a web site-, I just wanted to make a website and learn PHP at the same time. I hoped that things would be much faster and smarter than it was 7 years ago. Very soon after, however, I was badly disappointed.

Ecoder

ecoder is a simple, web-based code editor, which includes a file browser, file uploader, and tabbed system to allow multiple files to be edited at the same time. using this web-application developers can edit code directly online, real-time syntax highlighting is handled by textarea and keyboard short-cuts lend it the feel of a locally installed application.

Squad

Squad is a web-based collaborative code editor.

We make it simple to open, edit and share code in real time.

Squad is a lean, mean text editing machine / Squad is a developer’s swiss army knife / Squad is web based / Squad allows you to collaborate in real time with others.

CodeAnyWhere

Codeanywhere is a code editor in a browser with a powerful ftp client integrated, and all popular web formats are supported (HTML, PHP, JavaScript, CSS, and XML).

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  1. TBird

    Kiko-

    If you like these, you should take a long hard look at Apata Studio. It’s a FOSS plugin for Eclipse (or can be installed as a stand-alone application) and it has a ton of features most people would consider invaluable. For example, full introspection of JavaScript (not just your own files either, it will do the same for frameworks like Dojo, jQuery, etc.) It has FTP integration as well and has a pretty cool syncing feature which will do what you’d probably expect it to do: sync your local and remote directories. In addition to that it has code-completion for HTML, CSS and a host of other languages. Check it out if you get time http://www.aptana.org.

    Cheers,

    TBird

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