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SourceLair Rolls Out Online IDE

  • November 18, 2014
  • By Developer.com Staff

A startup called SourceLair is offering a new online IDE that lets programmers write code from their browser. "SourceLair started as an assignment inside the university," explained co-founder Paris Kasidiaris. "We loved writing code but we hated the fact that we had to install a huge bunch of software on our desktops, laptops etc. to get it working, so we thought that it would be awesome if we didn’t have to do all of these anymore and all we had to do is log into a website and get started in seconds."

SourceLair supports Python, Ruby, HTML5, JavaScript, PHP and C++, and it also integrates with Git and Mercurial version control systems. It's free for the first project and $8 per month for up to ten private projects. It has about 1,000 users so far.

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