In this IDE, you can start coding from scratch or you can paste a code snippet to get started. The web interface of this online IDE is very simple and you just have to write code there and see its output. It supports some popular programming languages such as C++, Python, Node.js, Haskell, Pascal, Ruby, Rust, Java, Elixir, Go, and lot others. You just select the language in which you want to code and then start writing the code. In one click, you can compile the code and see its output.
You don’t have to create an account to use this online IDE. This is specially meant for educational and occasional use. You can use it to quickly write any coding idea or use some random code snippet that you come across while browsing internet. You just paste the code and see if it works. It is simple as that. You just go to the homepage of this IDE and to access its web interface.
There are two modes in the IDE. You can either go for the Code section or the HTML section. In the Code, section, you can write a program in logical programming languages such as C, C++, Python, etc. From the drop down on the top right side, you select a language and then start writing the code for it. If your code uses some input values then you specify them in the Input section, one per line. Hit F9 to see the output of the code.
Llama is a very nice online IDE that you can try to quickly test any piece of code. The interface and ease of access are the key features of this tool and you will like them. Also, what I liked about this IDE is that it supports multiple versions of a programming language. So, if you want to code in an earlier version of a programming language then you can do that.