Codeanywhere vs CodeSandbox vs StackBlitz

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Pros of Codeanywhere
Pros of CodeSandbox
Pros of StackBlitz
  • 17
    Sleek interface
  • 16
    3rd party integration
  • 13
    Easy to use
  • 11
    Web IDE
  • 9
    FTP support
  • 9
    Fast loading
  • 7
  • 5
    SSH Connections for free
  • 5
    Anywhere coding
  • 5
    Full root access
  • 4
    GitHub integration
  • 4
    Preconfigured development stacks
  • 4
    SFTP support
  • 4
    Private use for free
  • 3
    Easy setup
  • 2
    Amazon S3 Integration
  • 2
    Easy Setup, Containers
  • 1
    Code directly by FTP
  • 9
    Awesome way to fun kickstart your ReactJS apps
  • 7
    Online vs-code editor look and feel to start react
  • 5
    Is open-source
  • 4
    Easiest way to showcase
  • 8
    It just works
  • 4
    Fast loading
  • 3
    Can sign-in with third-party account. E.g. Github
  • 1
    Full terminal

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Cons of Codeanywhere
Cons of CodeSandbox
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    • 4
      250 module limit
    • 1
      Hard to use the console
    • 1
      Cannot upload Images
    • 1
      Not able to upload Images
    • 1
      Only support projects scaffolded with @angular/cli

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    What is Codeanywhere?

    A development platform that enables you to not only edit your files from underlying services like FTP, GitHub, Dropbox and the like, but on top of that gives you the ability to collaborate, embed and share through Codeanywhere on any device.

    What is CodeSandbox?

    CodeSandbox allows developers to simply go to a URL in their browser to start building. This not only makes it easier to get started, it also makes it easier to share. You can just share your created work by sharing the URL, others can then (without downloading) further develop on these sandboxes.

    What is StackBlitz?

    StackBlitz is the browser-based IDE that eliminates time-consuming local configuration and lets you spend 
more time coding. Develop with Next.js, React, Angular, Vite, and more in a Node.js development environment entirely in your browser

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    What are some alternatives to Codeanywhere, CodeSandbox, and StackBlitz?
    Red Hat Codeready Workspaces
    Built on the open Eclipse Che project, Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces provides developer workspaces, which include all the tools and the dependencies that are needed to code, build, test, run, and debug applications.
    Every project gets its own Box: an instantly available server-side development environment with full terminal access. With features such as forking, collaboration, importing from Git repos and more, Codio strives to remove as many barriers as possible to create a platform developers will enjoy using as their IDE of choice.
    It is a new doc for teams. It begins with a blinking cursor and grows as big as your team’s ambition. Coda docs do everything from run weekly meetings to launch products.
    Koding is a feature rich cloud-based development environment complete with free VMs, an attractive IDE & sudo level terminal access!
    It is a social development environment for front-end designers and developers.. It functions as an online code editor and open-source learning environment, where developers can create code snippets, creatively named "pens", and test them.
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