4 useful online editors to learn and share codes

4 useful online editors to learn and share codes

In the modern web development world, design and develop become very social and convenient. Not only designers/developers able to code online by just using web browsers, but also able to share it with online community.

Today, I’m going to show you some websites where you can do things mentioned above. Everyone will be benefited with these websites because we get to share ideas and also learn how other people code. Continue reading to find out these sites.

Codepen

CodePen is all about front end code inspiration and education through sharing. Although it is just launched recently, but it quickly become one popular code sharing site with really interesting CSS experiments contributed by many.

Codepen

Jsdo.it

Created by the good people from Japan, jsdo.it is a place to showcase the trendy HTML5, CSS and Javascript code. They called this site a “coding avenue”, because we can learn and share codes together with everyone else. Jsdo.it has primary focus on Javascript related experiments.

Jsdo.it

CSSDeck

You can also find some cool experiments and learn something from CSSDeck. One unique feature this website offer is that if you create any experiments with it, it will get recorded and you or anyone else can see how you created it by playing back the recording. Example you can watch how this iPhone is being made with just one element! Brilliant!

CSSDeck

The Code Player

The Code Player is also a cool site that walks you through how the stuff being made by playing the coding progress from start to finish. There are tonnes of cool examples displayed there and definitely a great place to learn to code by looking at examples.

The Code Player

Basically above are the four websites that I would like to introduce today. Hope you guys enjoy it and start learning and share code with everyone! If you have any other similar sites, please do share with me and other reader as well!

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  • http://naim-keliomega3.blogspot.com/ CikGu naim

    Thank,i like this.

    • Jayhan Sim

      Thank you!