Code online now, online editor & file system for frontend engineer, built entirely with Angular 2.0
Naza Editor is a free platform for frontend engineer, you can code online and manage your files on it.
Chrome will give you best user experience
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Server side is running on Heroku of Free Plan, you can find all server side files in the server folder
Great idea, has a lot of potential.
Very nice design, very smooth (y)
Future tips: Design could be more size responsive :) There are some problems with the functionality (deleting folders, can't rename anything). And I thought I could access my own personal files, that would be nice :)
I have to say I am impressed. Maybe it would be better to have a jsFiddle like sharing when authentication is optional but you can share a session with a link. Seems like less work too. The concept is not new though. Good luck!
You've made this in only two days? amazing!
I like the style and it's very original idea :)
Looks great but weird things happen when I try to delete a folder. Files out of other folders get deleted or sometimes nothing happens at all.
Great UI and concept for an online platform,
its an awesome idea, i love it.
But unfortunately it did not work, i could not figure out how to setup a new folder.
That's a very nice wrapping of the ace editor!
Very good attempt, worth building more on top of it!
The whole application has design of highest quality! I like autocomplete feature. It is smooth. The delete folder functionality has some bugs. You have accomplished a lot considering the time constraint.
A nice integration of Ace Editor :)
You just made Sublime in browser. Amazing :D
Nice design. Love the Ace editor, as always. But I dont think I would use a browser as a full code editor.
- prevent default action when pressing CTRL+S to save
- switch the whole UI To black when switching to nightmode
- specify what language you're supporting, the autocomplete wasn't really helping it was just showing random things
At work I also mainly use a web based IDE and I am a big fan of this concept. Not setup, no hassle to update anything. On the other hand you depend on others so there's pro and con as always.
Although it will need a whole lot of additional features to become a really "awesome online editor" it's very impressive for 48 hours.
Really impressive if it's really built only within 48 hours!
Many working features. Design looks great on Desktop but fails on mobile. It's fun to see an online editor entry. Performance is good. Overall a great submission.
Wow, I can't believe you guys pulled this off in 48 hours. This is an ambitious project and you guys got very far!
I really like how refined the design is. I appreciate the code autocomplete. I can see so many awesome features that could be added including GitHub integration.
Nice modern look and feel. The icons, text, and other treatments were super light weight and enjoyable to look at.
I think this could get better with time, and its' a great starting point for an in-browser editor. Great job using ace to get a leg up. I'm sure that saved you a ton of time.
From an innovation perspective, there is not a lot of new ideas in this project. I don't see anything particularly interesting that sets it apart from other editors, aside from the fact that it was built with ng2.
Really good job.
Overall, cool editor :)
The editor looks really good. I really like that light/dark mode toggle. But as mentioned in the description, some interactions are slow. Certain slow interactions can be made to look like they are happening instantly which will improve the UX a lot.
Available features are quite restrictive. There's no way to export the project. I think it'll be more useful if they are saved somewhere like Dropbox, Google Drive or Github.
The editor works well and looks really good but it's missing any innovative features. If this editor can be connected to Github or something else, it'll be more interesting.
Look + feel is extremely polished, great work on the UI.
I would have liked to see you provide something different than what Cloud9 offers (possibly some preview functionality, some inline console access, etc).
Nice work! Looks really good.
When opening a folder I'd love to see some indication of activity. Sometimes it look a long time and I assumed there was nothing in the folder.
Nicely put together. Great entry.
Wow, great work team! Implementing a full on ide in the browser is awesome!