Avalanche Software, a developer of cloud-based code-sharing tools, has announced a new app that lets users create and share code snippets from their mobile devices with each other.
As part of the developer conference, Avalanche Software has launched a new version of its Avalanche Cloud Code Editor, which allows users to collaborate on a variety of popular code-based applications, such as Facebook, Google Play, Twitter, Github, WordPress, GitHub Enterprise, and others.
Users can choose from two modes: “Code Editor” (which allows you to work with code snippets, or create code with a predefined set of features) and “Code Sharing” (where you can share code between people in a group).
Code sharing is very similar to other collaboration tools, but instead of typing out a code snippet into the editor, it’s up to you to write the code into a text file or code editor.
Users will also be able to share code by using third-party apps like Trello, Google Code, or Github.
The new version also allows you create and edit code snippets on-the-go.
It also provides some additional options, such a new feature that allows you the ability to customize the look and feel of your code snippets and the ability for the editor to automatically generate and save custom code snippets.
The editor can also be used for coding on-premises, so you can create custom apps for your customers or other developers to use.
You can also create a project that includes a lot of code snippets that are shared with your customers.
The app is also designed to be simple to use for newcomers, and it has a built-in tutorial.
Users should note that the new version is not compatible with previous versions of the editor.