Nopaste List and Services to Share and Run Code Online
What is a nopaste?
The term nopaste is a term used on the internet meaning to paste source code to a separate, dedicated site, and to then link to that pasted source code in forum discussions, chats, and so forth, instead of pasting that source code directly. Many discussion forums and chat rooms don’t have an option of treating code in messages properly. Nopaste sites usually also offer syntax highlighting, a history of code changes, commenting on lines of code and similar.
List of nopaste services
Nopaste services for different code purposes and languages:
- codepad - Multiple languages
- Codejaw - Multiple languages
- GitHub Gist - Multiple languages
- Nopaste.me - Multiple languages
- Pastebin - Multiple languages
- Pastee.ee - Multiple languages
- PHPTester - PHP
- Regex 101 - Regular expressions
- SQL Fiddle - SQL
- Pasted.co - Multiple languages
- hastebin - Simple, Notepad-style editor
- PasteFS - Simple text editor
- Ubuntu pastebin - Multiple languages
Run and execute code online
For sharing, reviewing, and quick testing code snippets; the following services also execute your code online:
- PHP Live Regex - Regular expressions for PHP
- Online PHP Functions Sandbox - PHP
- 3v4l - Run PHP code in multiple PHP versions.
- eval.in - Execute code online, multiple languages.
- Runnable - Run multiple languages using advanced stacks.
- WritePHPOnline - Run PHP Code.
- Ideone - Run multiple languages.
- PHPFiddle - Run PHP Code with different Libraries.
Useful editors, code hosting services and tools for online collaboration:
For sharing screenshots
Content of this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) license. Code snippets in examples are published under the CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0). Thanks to all the contributors.