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8 Best Alternatives to JSFiddle

About JSFiddle

JSFiddle is an online community for testing and showcasing user-created and collaborational HTML, CSS and JavaScript code snippets, known as 'fiddles'.

Relevance to Remote Workers

None



JSFiddle Alternative 1 - CodeStream
Fast and easy code reviews you'll love, in your IDE
CodeStream - Alternative 1 to CodeStream
About & Top features
In 2020 we set out to reimagine how code reviews work because so many developers told us they are unhappy with their existing solution. They told us: 😡 Code reviews happen too late 😡 Code reviews happen mostly on a website CodeStream Code Reviews change all that. It's now two clicks to get feedback on a WIP, and by getting feedback early, you can course-correct leading to better code quality
Pricing
  • Free for small teams, open source, and educational use
  • Free trial for teams of 6+
  • Complete Pricing
Reviews & Testimonials
When to use CodeStream

For teams who want to increase communication about code while code is being written (not only afterwards)

Relevance to remote workers
CodeStream's main competitor used to be "tapping your teammate on the shoulder". Now with more teams being remote, CodeStream is a solution that makes it easy to talk about code
JSFiddle Alternative 2 - GitDuck
An open-source collaboration tool for remote teams to do live coding
GitDuck - Alternative 2 to GitDuck
About & Top features
GitDuck is video chat tool built for developers with direct integration to the IDE so software developers can talk and pair program with ease. It has the features you would expect in a video call tool — video chat and screen sharing, but the UX and the integrations were built exclusively for developers, allowing them to also share their terminal, local server, edit each other's files, etc.
Pricing
  • Free account
When to use GitDuck

- Pair programming.
- Code reviews.
- Debugging.
- Technical discussions.

Relevance to remote workers
GitDuck was built for developers and to help them better collaborate when working remotely.
JSFiddle Alternative 3 - CodeTogether
Simple, free pair programming from anywhere.
CodeTogether - Alternative 3 to CodeTogether
About & Top features
CodeTogether is the best tool for pair or mob programming: Use the tools you already love and make real-time edits to code shared by the host’s IDE using a browser-based editor. Easy to Use: Just share a link and with a click of the mouse, teammates see your project in a browser. Participants Code Too: Code from the browser with content assist, navigation, references & search.
Pricing
  • 100% Free for 1-to-1 pair programming. Multiple premium plans for large groups and enterprises
  • Complete Pricing
Reviews & Testimonials
When to use CodeTogether

Perfect for mob or pair programming as a regular practice or just for checking with someone else for a quick consultation or a code review.

Relevance to remote workers
CodeTogether is a simple and free service that makes remote pair programming easy and secure on all platforms and with a variety of development tools.
JSFiddle Alternative 4 - Dropbase
Upload CSV Files. Get database credentials in seconds
Dropbase - Alternative 4 to Dropbase
About & Top features
Dropbase lets you upload CSV files to a live database within seconds and gives you database credentials to query it. Dropbase is useful if you're building a web application and need a quick way to add some of your own data for testing on a deployed database. It's also useful if you have a CSV file that you want to query through SQL instead of spreadsheet filters
Pricing
  • Free version available
When to use Dropbase

Dropbase is super helpful if you need a quick way to add a test dataset on a live database without having to manually set it up - for example, if you are running a demo with a potential customer and want to easily add a more relevant dataset or if you are building a simple web app or prototype that requires some seed data

Relevance to remote workers
Dropbase brings data from CSV files to a live database to easily share with your remote team. There is no need to resend or email data exports individually. Once data is uploaded to Dropbase, you can copy and paste the database credentials and share it. The data can be queried and analyzed by multiple people at the same time
JSFiddle Alternative 5 - CodePen
A social development environment for designers and developers.
CodePen - Alternative 5 to CodePen
About & Top features
CodePen hosts an amazing collection of frontend code snippets called 'Pens', thanks to its huge user base. CodePen offers a great UI, an online editor and preview making it a must-have for any serious frontend developer.
Pricing
When to use CodePen

Use it primarily when you want to share styling modules/ snippets with others and to find inspiration online.

Relevance to remote workers
None
Pros
  • Real-time output
  • Supports lots of frameworks & preprocessors
  • Great community pens/ code snippets
  • Easy export
Cons
  • No private pens with a free account
JSFiddle Alternative 6 - Live Share for VS
Enables teams to engage in collaborative programming remotely.
Live Share for VS - Alternative 6 to Live Share for VS
About & Top features
With Live Share, Visual Studio enables teams to engage in collaborative or pair programming remotely. The interface is intuitive and fast. A must-have for all VS loyals.
Pricing
  • Free add-on to Visual Studio
When to use Live Share for VS

Remotely collaborating on the same file or codebase.

Relevance to remote workers
None
Pros
  • Intuitive and fast
Cons
  • Command palette is limited compared to Visual Studio
JSFiddle Alternative 7 - TeleType for Atom
Share workspace with team members and collaborate on code.
TeleType for Atom - Alternative 7 to TeleType for Atom
About & Top features
Teletype for Atom wires in keystrokes of remote collaborators directly into the code editor. Provides conflict-free, low-latency collaboration. One of the most loved features and a must-have if you use Atom.
Pricing
  • Free add-on to Atom
When to use TeleType for Atom

Remotely collaborating on the same file or codebase

Relevance to remote workers
None
Pros
  • Real-time synchronization using webRTC (web real-time communication).
  • Provides Github integration
Cons
  • None
JSFiddle Alternative 8 - GitLive
Extend Git with real‑time collaborative superpowers
GitLive - Alternative 8 to GitLive
About & Top features
📣 Future of social coding Connect ◾️ See who's online & their current issue Automated ◾️ Share your own issue based on your branch 📣 Resolve conflicts before they happen Live ◾️ See others' local changes live in the gutter Patch ◾️ View diffs & cherry‑pick changes 📣 Code together in real‑time Codeshare ◾️ Place calls & see each other's cursors Agnostic ◾️ Edit together in VS Code & JetBrains
Pricing
When to use GitLive

GitLive is for moden, distributed, software development teams that use Git. ℹ️ Interoperable between VS Code and all JetBrains IDEs. ℹ️ Supported services: GitHub, GitLab, GitLab Self Hosted, Bitbucket & Azure DevOps

Relevance to remote workers
GitLive is built specifically to address the needs of distributed dev teams
Fast and easy code reviews you'll love, in your IDE
CodeStream - Alternative 1 to CodeStream
Top features
In 2020 we set out to reimagine how code reviews work because so many developers told us they are unhappy with their existing solution. They told us: 😡 Code reviews happen too late 😡 Code reviews happen mostly on a website CodeStream Code Reviews change all that. It's now two clicks to get feedback on a WIP, and by getting feedback early, you can course-correct leading to better code quality
Pricing
  • Free for small teams, open source, and educational use
  • Free trial for teams of 6+
  • Complete Pricing
Reviews & Testimonials
When to use CodeStream

For teams who want to increase communication about code while code is being written (not only afterwards)

Relevance to remote workers
CodeStream's main competitor used to be "tapping your teammate on the shoulder". Now with more teams being remote, CodeStream is a solution that makes it easy to talk about code
An open-source collaboration tool for remote teams to do live coding
GitDuck - Alternative 2 to GitDuck
Top features
GitDuck is video chat tool built for developers with direct integration to the IDE so software developers can talk and pair program with ease. It has the features you would expect in a video call tool — video chat and screen sharing, but the UX and the integrations were built exclusively for developers, allowing them to also share their terminal, local server, edit each other's files, etc.
Pricing
  • Free account
When to use GitDuck

- Pair programming.
- Code reviews.
- Debugging.
- Technical discussions.

Relevance to remote workers
GitDuck was built for developers and to help them better collaborate when working remotely.
Simple, free pair programming from anywhere.
CodeTogether - Alternative 3 to CodeTogether
Top features
CodeTogether is the best tool for pair or mob programming: Use the tools you already love and make real-time edits to code shared by the host’s IDE using a browser-based editor. Easy to Use: Just share a link and with a click of the mouse, teammates see your project in a browser. Participants Code Too: Code from the browser with content assist, navigation, references & search.
Pricing
  • 100% Free for 1-to-1 pair programming. Multiple premium plans for large groups and enterprises
  • Complete Pricing
Reviews & Testimonials
When to use CodeTogether

Perfect for mob or pair programming as a regular practice or just for checking with someone else for a quick consultation or a code review.

Relevance to remote workers
CodeTogether is a simple and free service that makes remote pair programming easy and secure on all platforms and with a variety of development tools.
Upload CSV Files. Get database credentials in seconds
Dropbase - Alternative 4 to Dropbase
Top features
Dropbase lets you upload CSV files to a live database within seconds and gives you database credentials to query it. Dropbase is useful if you're building a web application and need a quick way to add some of your own data for testing on a deployed database. It's also useful if you have a CSV file that you want to query through SQL instead of spreadsheet filters
Pricing
  • Free version available
When to use Dropbase

Dropbase is super helpful if you need a quick way to add a test dataset on a live database without having to manually set it up - for example, if you are running a demo with a potential customer and want to easily add a more relevant dataset or if you are building a simple web app or prototype that requires some seed data

Relevance to remote workers
Dropbase brings data from CSV files to a live database to easily share with your remote team. There is no need to resend or email data exports individually. Once data is uploaded to Dropbase, you can copy and paste the database credentials and share it. The data can be queried and analyzed by multiple people at the same time
A social development environment for designers and developers.
CodePen - Alternative 5 to CodePen
Top features
CodePen hosts an amazing collection of frontend code snippets called 'Pens', thanks to its huge user base. CodePen offers a great UI, an online editor and preview making it a must-have for any serious frontend developer.
Pricing
When to use CodePen

Use it primarily when you want to share styling modules/ snippets with others and to find inspiration online.

Relevance to remote workers
None
Pros
  • Real-time output
  • Supports lots of frameworks & preprocessors
  • Great community pens/ code snippets
  • Easy export
Cons
  • No private pens with a free account
Enables teams to engage in collaborative programming remotely.
Live Share for VS - Alternative 6 to Live Share for VS
Top features
With Live Share, Visual Studio enables teams to engage in collaborative or pair programming remotely. The interface is intuitive and fast. A must-have for all VS loyals.
Pricing
  • Free add-on to Visual Studio
When to use Live Share for VS

Remotely collaborating on the same file or codebase.

Relevance to remote workers
None
Pros
  • Intuitive and fast
Cons
  • Command palette is limited compared to Visual Studio
Share workspace with team members and collaborate on code.
TeleType for Atom - Alternative 7 to TeleType for Atom
Top features
Teletype for Atom wires in keystrokes of remote collaborators directly into the code editor. Provides conflict-free, low-latency collaboration. One of the most loved features and a must-have if you use Atom.
Pricing
  • Free add-on to Atom
When to use TeleType for Atom

Remotely collaborating on the same file or codebase

Relevance to remote workers
None
Pros
  • Real-time synchronization using webRTC (web real-time communication).
  • Provides Github integration
Cons
  • None
Extend Git with real‑time collaborative superpowers
GitLive - Alternative 8 to GitLive
Top features
📣 Future of social coding Connect ◾️ See who's online & their current issue Automated ◾️ Share your own issue based on your branch 📣 Resolve conflicts before they happen Live ◾️ See others' local changes live in the gutter Patch ◾️ View diffs & cherry‑pick changes 📣 Code together in real‑time Codeshare ◾️ Place calls & see each other's cursors Agnostic ◾️ Edit together in VS Code & JetBrains
Pricing
When to use GitLive

GitLive is for moden, distributed, software development teams that use Git. ℹ️ Interoperable between VS Code and all JetBrains IDEs. ℹ️ Supported services: GitHub, GitLab, GitLab Self Hosted, Bitbucket & Azure DevOps

Relevance to remote workers
GitLive is built specifically to address the needs of distributed dev teams