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5 Competitors to CodeTogether

Simple, free pair programming from anywhere.

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.


CodeTogether Competitor 1 - GitDuck
Video chat tool with pair programming. Code in real-time directly from your IDE with your team.

When to use GitDuck

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

CodeTogether Competitor 2 - JSFiddle
JSFiddle is an online community for testing and showcasing user-created and collaborational HTML, CSS and JavaScript code snippets, known as 'fiddles'.

When to use JSFiddle

Best used when you need to write. compile, test and share JS code snippets.

CodeTogether Competitor 3 - Lunchclub
Network from home! Register with your background, interests, and goals. Each week, sign up to make new connections. Lunchclub's AI directly matches you 1:1 with relevant people.

When to use Lunchclub

Sign up once a week to be connected to a relevant connection for you.

CodeTogether Competitor 4 - Dropbase
Dropbase lets you upload datasets into production databases and quickly get credentials that can be used to query the database using a SQL editor

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

CodeTogether Competitor 5 - CodeStream
Request a review on any code, regardless of the state of your repo, even on WIP. Ditch the friction of save, branch, commit, push, create PR, email, pull, and so on. Review code with full source-tree

When to use CodeStream

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

Video chat tool with pair programming. Code in real-time directly from your IDE with your team.

When to use GitDuck

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

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

When to use JSFiddle

Best used when you need to write. compile, test and share JS code snippets.

Network from home! Register with your background, interests, and goals. Each week, sign up to make new connections. Lunchclub's AI directly matches you 1:1 with relevant people.

When to use Lunchclub

Sign up once a week to be connected to a relevant connection for you.

Dropbase lets you upload datasets into production databases and quickly get credentials that can be used to query the database using a SQL editor

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

Request a review on any code, regardless of the state of your repo, even on WIP. Ditch the friction of save, branch, commit, push, create PR, email, pull, and so on. Review code with full source-tree

When to use CodeStream

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