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AtomPair vs Firepad: What are the differences?

Developers describe AtomPair as "Pair Programming with Slack and HipChat Integration". Remote pairing within the Atom.IO text editor, powered by Pusher. On the other hand, Firepad is detailed as "An open-source, real-time, collaborative code and text editing library built on Firebase". An open source collaborative code and text editor. Share documents and see changes occur in real-time.

AtomPair belongs to "Realtime Code Collaboration" category of the tech stack, while Firepad can be primarily classified under "Collaborative Text Editor".

AtomPair and Firepad are both open source tools. Firepad with 3.19K GitHub stars and 738 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than AtomPair with 1.49K GitHub stars and 45 GitHub forks.

What is AtomPair?

Remote pairing within the Atom.IO text editor, powered by Pusher.

What is Firepad?

An open source collaborative code and text editor. Share documents and see changes occur in real-time.
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