What is Codebox?
FriendCode was created in 2013 with the vision of creating powerful development tools, tackling issues like collaboration, cloud development and many others. We are building Codebox, an open source Cloud IDE, than can run not only on the cloud, but on your desktop or your server as well. Codebox.io lets you host and manage Codebox instances online as a service using a dashboard or an API.
Codebox is a tool in the Cloud IDE category of a tech stack.
Who uses Codebox?
15 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Codebox.
Pros of Codebox
Remote pair programming that's as easy as Google Docs
- Unlimited private repositories.- Create a repository and import your code from any existing cloud filesystem.
- Go Social.- Collaborate, chat, share with friends and colleagues. Making coding social
- Build, Run, Debug.- In one click, Compile and Run your code directly on the cloud from your web interface.
- In one click, Deploy applications to any existing cloud platforms
- PaaS Deployment.- After testing, in one click transform your code in a complete running application.
- Servers Deployment.- Administer your servers and deploy your code at ease from our web administration interface.
- Fork application.- Start with good templates by forking complete running and deployable applications.
Codebox Alternatives & Comparisons
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