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What is CodePicnic?

Want to explain some client-side code or server-side project? We made it happen. Say "Hi" to CodePicnic. Your neighborhood platform for sharing and running code in the browser.
CodePicnic is a tool in the Sandbox as a Service category of a tech stack.

Who uses CodePicnic?

Pros of CodePicnic
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No messups with your system

CodePicnic's Features

  • Full Back-end Consoles - From a Linux shell to a Express.js app. Create consoles with Ruby, Python, PHP or Node.js. If it runs on GNU/Linux, we can handle.
  • Embeddable servers - Use your consoles inside your site, Tumblr blog or Medium. Let those text-only tutorials in the past.
  • Shareable - Everyone gets their own console copy! Safe and secure to play around, mess with and even export it to Github.

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