Update Show for September 3rd

Just a quick update today, there is a new page added to the left named Links. It is probably clear this is a list of shortcuts to various pages and other things connected to the site. The first link is a scratchpad site using codeanywhere, the tool that I mentioned back in August.

This is the only link for now, but there is more to come as other things get wrapped up, so stay tuned!

Update Show for August 27th

Another short update, I have been working on adding some other things to share, but it is taking longer than I planned for (well, more like the motivation and free time are missing at the moment). So a short update right now.

I have finally added in an about page to the left hand side, it is relatively simple and will most definitely change as time goes on, but we have to start somewhere.

Scratchpad with codeanywhere

I’m going to write for a few minutes about this rather convenient tool called codeanywhere. It’s a completely web based code editing tool that offers the ability to edit code from several web sources (such as Dropbox or Google Drive) or a variety of prebuilt development environments called “containers” (kind of like docker).

The service is tier based, meaning the more resources you want to connect, the more money it will cost. However the free tier does allow connection to most of the web sources, and creation of some containers that will stick around until destroyed, but limits the number you can create. I will have to admit, up till now I have only used it for editing web code, like PHP, but there are containers for Net Core and C++. The editor interface is fairly simple, using only the basic editing functions of a simple text editor, but includes the added ability of recognizing symbols for functions and html tags and trying to close them while editing.

There is a lot more features to this very cool tool so, check it out at theĀ codeanywhere site.