Teleconsole vs Xcode: What are the differences?
Teleconsole: Share your UNIX terminal in seconds. Teleconsole is a free service to share your terminal session with people you trust. Your friends can join via a command line using SSH or by using their browser. Use it when two parties are separated by NAT and you cannot connect via SSH directly; Xcode: The complete toolset for building great apps. The Xcode IDE is at the center of the Apple development experience. Tightly integrated with the Cocoa and Cocoa Touch frameworks, Xcode is an incredibly productive environment for building amazing apps for Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Teleconsole can be classified as a tool in the "localhost Tools" category, while Xcode is grouped under "Integrated Development Environment".
Some of the features offered by Teleconsole are:
- Forwarding local TCP ports - how to let joining parties access TCP ports on your localhost.
- Using Secure Sessions - how to invite specific people, like Github users or owners of a specific public SSH key.
- Private Proxies - how to set up your own proxy servers without having to rely on https://teleconsole.com.
On the other hand, Xcode provides the following key features:
- Source Editor
- Assistant Editor
- Asset Catalog
Teleconsole is an open source tool with 2.29K GitHub stars and 96 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Teleconsole's open source repository on GitHub.