Developers often have applications locally installed on their computers to run and edit programming code. But an online IDE is more accessible and lets you work in the same app you surf the Internet on – your web browser. Offering you an open source web-based IDE is something called Codiad.
Codiad is a free to use tool built using PHP. The tool is basically an open source web-based IDE framework that works with any version of PHP over version 5. The IDE has a small footprint and although it is in early development, it demonstrates good stability. Installing the IDE involves uploading files and making some directories writeable.
Codiad does not require an SQL database; data is stored using JSON formatted PHP files. The IDE can handle multiple projects and it helps developers save data and development processes in a remote server.
- A user-friendly browser based tool.
- An open source web based IDE.
- Does not require an SQL database.
- Can handle multiple projects.
- Similar tools: Akshell and Enyo.
Check out Codiad @ www.codiad.com