CodeComet

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Ryan J A Murphy
Ryan J A Murphy@ryanjamurphy · Student?
Love the spacey atmosphere! FYI, there's a typo on the pricing page: the "Sign up free" button actually says "Sing" instead. Or maybe you actually do want my best Sinatra..?
Kyle Visner
Kyle Visner@kyle_visner
It's not terribly clear what languages this supports.
Derek E. Silva
Derek E. Silva@dereksilva
@kyle_visner The site lists HTML, Jade, Slim, Pug, Markdown, Sass, Less, Stylus, CoffeeScript, LiveScript, JavaScript & CSS.
Orçun İlbeyli
Orçun İlbeyli@nucro · Product Designer
BTW, Dat hero image on the site is so sick!
Thomas Burgess
Thomas Burgess@ninjinka · Creator of Material Design Palette Deck
I don't see the inherit benefit of this over something like Github Gists or Codepen.io.
Peter Ince
Peter Ince@satoriweb · Freelance Front-End Engineer
Have registered. Am curious as to how the online coding works in places with a patchy internet connection? As the co-working space I work out of is a bit dodgey. Is all of the JSHint, etc done in the cloud? Or is there some local cache?