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RubyFlow The Ruby and Rails community linklog


The Ruby and Rails community linklog

Made a library? Written a blog post? Found a useful tutorial? Share it with the Ruby community here or just enjoy what everyone else has found!

Presenting Beta version of CIBox.org - a Code Sharing and Continuous Integration Service

Pasting services works great when you need to share trivial code that can be “executed” in mind. But wait, are’t computers that who should execute code? JSFiddle doing a great job of running javascript code and present you with result. Same is doing CIBox, but for server-side languages, Ruby, Python, Node.js … others to come later. And that’s not all about. It does not just run Ruby/Python/Node. It does run various versions of them. So you can test your code against all major language versions.

Starting from here, nothing can stop you to upload your apps/libraries(via rsync or github) and test/build them just as you do on your computer. How? Simple. There are an realtime terminal(with history, completions etc.), a handy file manager and a classy file editor. See it in action. And yes, it is Open Source

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