We All know that every Operating System comes with an in-built Code Editor (like Notepad in Windows) but they lack many features as compared to some of the online code editors. A Developer’s Life is not so easy, as they have to tackle their minds every time they are working on a project, Am I Right Guy’s?

That’s why to make a developers life easy there came some nice and useful code editors.
The online code editors have much powerful features than the in-built one’s So here are 20 of the online code editors that really makes a developers life easy. Let’s try them and tell us what do you think about these powerful Code Editors.

C9

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Cloud9 IDE offers both free and paid service. You should check it out!

Codemirror

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

CodeMirror made the In-browser editing of code bearable

Codenvy

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Increase Efficiency, Customize easily with Codenvy or Cloud-Ide

Codepen

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Codepen is popular for HTML, CSS, SCSS, JS code editing.

CSSdesk

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

As the name suggests CSSdesk is an online CSS Sandbox.

Koding

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Koding helps developers in developing of Softwares.

ecoder

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Ecoder has very simple interface but a powerful set of editing tools.

IDEone

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

IDEone supports lots of coding languages such as C, C++, Java to name a few.

jsfiddle

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

jsfiddle helps you creating a powerful javascript.

jsdo

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Just Do It (jsdo.it) is actually a community for front-end engineer where they can create some code and then share with others.

Maqetta

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Maqetta is an open-source project (I Just Love Open Source!!) that provides visual authoring of HTML5 UIs.

Thimble

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Thimble is an Online Code Editor from Mozilla.

Codeanywhere

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Codeanywhere makes it really easier to code on any platform.

Online Code Editor by Landofcode 

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Landofcode provides a simple code editor.

Compilr

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Compilr is an easy way for developers to learn as well as write codes online.

Collabedit

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Collabedit allows a real-time collaboration.

Shiftedit

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Shiftedit is also one of the best online code editor online.

Squadedit

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

Squadedit is another Collaborative Online Code editor

Coderun

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

With Coderun you can develop ASP.NET, PHP and AJAX applications right from your browser

Jsbin

20 Online Code Editors that make developers life easy

As the name suggest Jsbin is an online JS code editor which is collaborative.

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  1. I use Code Pen sometimes, but mostly I use Notepad++ and Dreamweaver. I don't use DW's design window for much except jumping around the page quickly. For just working with the raw code, I still prefer Notepad++ (plus it's free). It doesn't have a lot of features, but it does color code things, and it will show where the opening and closing tags are.

  2. I recently did a poll of email designers and Sublime Text was the one that came up the most often as the editor of choice. A few preferred Ultra Text, and at least one was using TextWrangler (essentially the Mac equivalent of Notepad++). Since I'm system agnostic (I use Windows, OSX and Ubuntu at various times during the week) an editor that would work across all my platforms would be a great thing. I'm just such a dawdler when it comes to purchasing stuff. 🙂

  3. All the above mentioned editors are online and hence those are platform independent. So which one of the online code editor you will prefer to use in near future?

  4. I like the way you closed the loop and brought things back to the topic at hand. As I mentioned, I've used Code Pen and been pretty happy with it, but since I often work on a Chromebook when I'm out and about, I'd probably use C9, of the ones you've mentioned, but I'd more likely use Coding the Web.

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