You guys have a very nice looking product.
They provide company accounts. Seems kind of nice to have a full working piece of code working within a few seconds.
I can think of stripe, facbeook or any other company that provides an api.
The only problem with a full working application is that it's easier to miss what steps should be taken.
i want that installed internally so we can send live code instead of boring pastebin links
We need the help of the community to maintain the site/content. If you'd like to help, feel free to drop me an email - yash [@] runnable.com
I was trying to get some info on environment in C++ but unfortunately,
> Oh no, there's a problem with Runnable!
See https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/the-birth-and-death... on taking this to an "extreme" --
linux, Gimp on X windows, even Chrome -- transpiled and running in a firefox tab.
* Got root in the countainer.
* You "know" where that is mapped to on the host, because it is based on the UID of the container which is set as the hostname.
* You configure a trigger to run a script, using that knowledge.
* Code happens on the host, outside the container.
But, that said, the attack works as specified against docker 0.11.0. Largely because guests do have sysfs mounted at /sys.
Edit: If you expand the list of supported languages, it shows Python too.
Node.js isn't a framework for the browser (like jQuery), but a server application platform (with a bunch of objects and functions).
"Pure js" doesn't exist as an environment. It runs within a parent environment (e.g. a browser or a server) and manipulates the global objects in that environment.
The project template comes with jQuery pre-installed. However, it can easily be removed.
I guess the people behind Runnable assumes that it's more convenient to have to remove jQuery than having to add it for each new JS project, and personally I agree with that assumption.
Hope this helps!
For your use case, we have been rewriting Codenvy for the past three years, both the IDE and the underlying infrastructure. The new system now also uses Docker as a tool for recipe construction of builder images and runner images. We then layer on an endpoint structure that we call Factories, which allows for automatic environment provisioning inclusive of code (from git or svn), the builder type (mvn, gcc, etc) and the runner environment which can be a pre-packaged solution (managed by Codenvy) or a custom environment as defined by a specialized docker recipe in your project space. The factories are just URL formats to make embedding or sharing entire environments (for cloning) easier.
If you'd like early access to the next gen system, people can write me tyler at codenvy, and we'll get you hooked up. We've been in alpha since early Jan and will go public beta in another month or so. We are just cleaning up some remaining items.
Edit: Please don't say advertising, that would be probably the most obvious choice, however still... Are there other ways?
Executing Build Command: javac /root/HelloWorld.java
Executing Run Command: java -classpath /root HelloWorld
CPU Arch: amd64
Total Mem (Bytes JVM sees): 236257280
Max Mem (Bytes JVM sees): 3506438144
Free Mem (Bytes JVM sees): 235023784
Get OS (direct output): Linux
Get OS (sanitized output): Unix/Linux
OS Arch: 64
Process exited successfully
And of course I'm going to have to bug you for TypeScript support!
The target use case is interviews, but it works well for a wide variety of use cases as well.
What I'm actually interested in is how they suddenly got on nr 2 in google :-)
Looks pretty cool!