Runnable

  • Runnable wants to make developers more productive

    Runnable wants to make developers more productive

    Back in 2013, Runnable launched with the mission to become the “YouTube of code” that allowed its users to find and run code snippets on its site. Times have changed, though, and the well-funded company is going into a slightly different direction today. Runnable today is a tool for enterprises that want to give their developers the ability to quickly spin up full-stack… Read More

  • Google Brings Dart To Runnable, Gives Developers An Easy Way To Try It

    Dart, Google’s JavaScript competitor, launched its 1.0 version last November. While Google’s Go language has quickly caught on with developers, though, Dart has been struggling to attract them. In an effort to get more developers on board, Dart today became the first project to host its framework on one of Runnable‘s recently launched Code Channels. Read More

  • Code Discovery Service Runnable Adds C/C++ And Java Support, Launches Company Channels

    Code Discovery Service Runnable Adds C/C++ And Java Support, Launches Company Channels

    Runnable, the “YouTube of Code” which launched exactly three months ago, today announced support for a number of new languages, as well as extended support for companies and open source projects that want to highlight their SDKs and APIs on the site. The service, which allows developers to quickly find and try code snippets with the help of an online code editor, decided to add… Read More

  • Runnable Wants To Become The “YouTube Of Code”

    Runnable Wants To Become The “YouTube Of Code”

    For many developers, Googling code snippets is just part of their everyday routines. Those snippets, however, are spread all over the web. The co-founders behind Runnable, which is launching today, saw this in their own work at Amazon and hosting companies and decided to build what they call a “YouTube of Code” – a site that allows users to discover code snippets and edit and… Read More