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Codiad Web Based IDE by Fluidbyte

Codiad Web Based IDE by Fluidbyte
Codiad is a web-based IDE framework with a small footprint and minimal requirements. Keep up to date with the latest changes and news on Twitter or Facebook Features Codiad was built with simplicity in mind, allowing for fast, interactive development without the massive overhead of some of the larger desktop editors. That being said even users of IDE's such as Eclipse, NetBeans and Aptana are finding Codiad's simplicity to be a huge benefit. While simplicity was key, we didn't skimp on features and have a team of dedicated developer actively adding more.


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