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CodeBunk: Online Realtime Collaborative Editor and Compiler
Ideal for Phone Screen/Online Interview of Developers and Learning to Code from Friends, CodeBunk provides a Realtime Collaborative Editor with in-browser Code Execution and REPL (read-eval-print-loop) shells. CodeBunk is an Online Compiler/Interpreter for PHP, Python, Ruby, Perl, Lua, Javascript, C, C++, Java, Erlang, Haskell, Julia, Clojure, Go, R, Rust, Scala, Coffeescript. CodeBunk also has Peer-to-Peer Video/Audio chat facility.
code  tool  Programming  collaborative  compiler 
2 minutes ago by amason
The Shapes of Code
This article shows how to learn things about a piece of code just by looking at the shapes formed by its lines of code.
code  patterns 
yesterday by adamghill
A Universal Bundle Loader - Andrea Giammarchi - Medium
This is a little follow up for my previous post, targeting those developers wondering about the usage of <script type=module> to simply distinguish between modern browsers and not. Even if…
code 
2 days ago by arek
Shape Morph Button
an inline svg shape in a button morphs when clicked, using js for the toggle.
Handy, has the html, css and js code, linked from this article:
https://css-tricks.com/svg-shape-morphing-works/
webdesign  web  design  code  svg  morph  shape  morphing 
2 days ago by piperh
FLOW FIELDS — TYLER HOBBS
Flow fields are incredibly powerful and flexible tools for producing interesting curves. They are one of the main tools I've used in my own generative art over the last few years, and I find myself going back to them over and over again. It's entirely possible that I've used them in more programs than any other person alive.

Flow fields are also something that many programmers reach for early on when they first get into creating algorithmic artwork, but few take the time to polish their use and explore the crazy variety of ways they be used. In this post, I'm going to cover the basics of flow fields, suggestions for different variations on their use, and tips for making them look good.
programming  generative  code  art  process 
2 days ago by anotherjesse
Sᴘᴀʀᴛᴀɴ Visualiser
This is a visualisation/simulation tool of the GoI-style programming language framework Sᴘᴀʀᴛᴀɴ, by Dan R. Ghica, Koko Muroya and Todd Waugh Ambridge. Visualiser implemented by Todd Waugh Ambridge (based on previous work by Steven Cheung, using graph-viz-d3-js for generating diagrams and lo-js for parsing).
visualization  programming  logic  diagrams  code  animation 
2 days ago by tobym
Listen to your web pages
Listen to your web pages. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets.
audio  code  software  javascript  interesting  cool 
2 days ago by lenards

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