What is Carbide?

Carbide is a new kind of programming environment which (as obligatory in this day and age): requires no installation or setup, supports Javascript/ES2015, imports modules automatically from NPM or GitHub, saves and loads.
Carbide is a tool in the Integrated Development Environment category of a tech stack.

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Carbide's features

  • Requires no installation or setup
  • Supports Javascript/ES2015
  • Imports modules automatically from NPM or GitHub
  • Saves and loads directly to and from Github Gists

Carbide Alternatives & Comparisons

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