SourceLair IDE Lives In Your Browser And Shares With GitHub

SourceLair IDE Lives In Your Browser And Shares With GitHub

Downloading advanced development software is the best option for professional and enthusiast developers. However, beginners and hobbyist developers might prefer SourceLair. There’s no installation required, multiple languages are supported, and it integrates with GitHub.

In addition to easy GitHub commits and no installation, SourceLair supports Ruby, Node, HTML5, CSS, and Python programming and markup languages, to name a few. A terminal is included right in the browser. You can easily drag and drop your desktop files into the IDE, and shorten your long form code with just a click for easier navigation through long documents. Your code autosaves every five seconds, and you can run it with one click.

SourceLair is free for one project, and you’ll have to pay $US8 per month to work on multiple projects. However, it’s pretty easy to focus on one project at a time, erase it, and start fresh on your next one without paying anything. Hit the link below to check it out.

SourceLair [via TechCrunch]

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