In my previous post, I mentioned two online consoles that will help you develop your JS coding skills efficiently.
Like text editors, there are a lot of options available, many with different functions, abilities, and features, to meet the needs of the user.
Many courses teach students to use the console that’s built into Chrome or Firefox. I find using the browser console cumbersome when writing lot’s of code and all the code above your most current scripts are hidden.
Online consoles provide a much cleaner UX and easier to use.
You can also save your code, run your code, and even switch to another programming language.
My suggestion is to try experimenting with one, or all of the sites listed below. This would be the best way to see what tools best work in your situation.
Online Tools ↓
OUR MISSION: Is to make programming more accessible. We build powerful yet simple tools and platforms for educators, learners, and developers.
- Highly customizable, simple, and easy to use IDE-like features
- Has an online classroom for teachers
- Support for 30 languages
- Count on our fault tolerant cloud infrastructure to run your programs securely
Plunker is an online community for creating, collaborating on and sharing your web development ideas.
- Real-time code collaboration
- Fully-featured, customizable syntax editor
- Live previewing of code changes
- As-you-type code linting
- Forking, commenting and sharing of Plunks
- Fully open-source on GitHub under the MIT license
- Compiles Babel, Traceur, Regenerator, Prepack
- Presets: es2915 to es2017
- Presets: React
- Presets: stage-0 to stage-3
- Simple, uncluttered UI
- Quickly and Easily make Frontend Experiments
These tools are all available in the cloud, making it very convenient to access anywhere and on any device. In addition, you do not have to download and install any app on your device, just connect online and go.