Bitnami vs Firepad: What are the differences?
Bitnami: The App Store for Server Software. Our library provides trusted virtual machines for every major development stack and open source server application, ready to run in your infrastructure; Firepad: 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.
Bitnami can be classified as a tool in the "Server Software" category, while Firepad is grouped under "Collaborative Text Editor".
Firepad is an open source tool with 3.19K GitHub stars and 738 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Firepad's open source repository on GitHub.
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