15 Useful Web Based Code Editors

You will find many web based code editors over the internet, but here is a list of the 15 best Web based code editors which you can code from on your browser. You can share your favorite code editors with us by commenting below and don’t forget to subscribe!

1. Coderun

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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

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2. Kodingen

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Kodingen started with two brothers (Devrim & Sinan) coming together to give something back to developers community.It is an Online Development Environment, Online Code Editor,cloud coding and Web-based code editor.

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3. Cloud9ide

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Cloud9 is a state-of-the-art IDE that runs in your browser and lives in the cloud, allowing you to run, debug and deploy applications from anywhere, anytime. A complete game-changer that will change the way we develop applications forever.

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4. Amy Editor

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Created in 2007 by Petr Kronto, Amy Editor is an advanced editor with a look and feel of a Mac. Amy Editor features lots of useful options, such as line numbers, syntax highlighting, snippets for more than 20 languages, collaboration, and more.Amy can edit, save and export files. It can also manage projects.

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5. JSBin

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As you can guess, JSBin is an online text editor primarily focused on Javascript. I really love the clean and simple interface. Each code can be tested using a powerful “Preview” feature, and then exported into a text file.Another good thing to note is that JSBin can import popular Javascript frameworks such as jQuery or Mootools, so you can test your js plugins as well.

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6. Bespin

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Using HTML5 quite intensively, Bespin is a new project from Mozilla Labs. This online editor is very powerful and has lots of cool options. In order to use Bespin, you have to create an account. Note that Bespin can be downloaded and then embedded in any kind of web project, only by adding two files in your header!

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7. Codeita

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Codeita is a powerful, easy to use, cloud-based, web development environment. It’s a powerful code editor, an advanced svg image editor, and an out of this world project management and collaboration tool. It allows users to code, develop, brainstorm, communicate and then publish projects and files to your web server.

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8. ecoder

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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.

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9. Workspace

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Workspace is a online development environment that facilitates the complete management of your Web-based projects. With a syntax highlighting editor built right in, it provides the ability to edit text, PHP, JavaScript, HTML, Java, Perl, SQL and other types of files directly on a remote server. Finding and managing those files is made easy with a cutting-edge file management utility embedded right in the app. With this utility, users can connect to, and manage the files on an arbitrary number of ftp sites simultaneously.

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10. EditPad

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Unlike the first few editors featured in this post, EditPad is simple and minimal. No syntax highlighting, no project management. Just a plain page to type your text without any distractions. I’m not a big fan, but this “online notepad” can be a life saver on a particularly slow machine.

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11. 9ne

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9ne (Pronounced Nine) is a nice online text editor, based on the well known GNU Emacs. 9ne provides most of the basic Emacs functionalities and currently supports XML and Javascript syntax highlighting modes.

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12. jsvi

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JSVi has always been one of my favorite text editors of all times. Why? Because it is powerful, fast, and you’ll find it everywhere: GNU/linux distros, Mac, web servers. Now, you’ll also find Vi online with this implementation called JSVI. Most Vi functions have been implemented into this web-based version.

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13. Squad

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Squad is a web-based collaborative code editor which means you can access it from anywhere and your settings are always with you. No need to install a clunky desktop application.

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14. DarkCopy

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Have you ever felt distracted when working on a buggy piece of code? If yes, ther’s no doubt that you will enjoy DarkCopy. This simple online text editor has limited functions but it provides a dark, clutter-free environment so you can concentrate on the most important: getting things done.

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15. ShifEdit

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