StackBlitz Alternative to Angular Online Code Editor

Alternatives > Online Tools | By: Team Appsious | Sunday, 03 May 2020
StackBlitz

If you are looking for an alternative online code editor to StackBlitz for your angular based application, check out the list below. These are some of the online code editors similar to StackBlitz and has support for Angular application.

StackBlitz is an online IDE for Angular & React powered by Visual Studio Code. StackBlitz brings VS Code’s state of the art editing experience to the browser.

Features:

  • Intellisense, Project Search, Go to Definitions, and other Visual Studio Code features
  • Import any NPM package into your project
  • Preview & debug in a separate window
  • Keep on editing, even if you go offline: StackBlitz utilizes Progressive Web App API’s to run a live dev server in-browser
  • Share & embed: Every project can be shared with others

Cons:

  • No support for server-side languages (Its in the beta stage while writing this article)

Best StackBlitz Alternatives



1) CodeSandbox

CodeSandbox

CodeSandbox is an online code editor with a focus on creating and sharing web application projects. It has support for Angular, React, Vue and vanilla typescript or javascript frameworks.

Features: 

  • NPM dependency module installation
  • Allows embedding your sandbox anywhere.
  • Github integration
  • Live Collaboration: Edit sandboxes together in real-time
  • Private/Unlisted Sandboxes: You can set a sandbox to private or unlisted to make sure others cannot see or find it.
  • Monaco Editor: We use the same editor as VSCode
  • Open Source

Cons

  • Supports only frontend web frameworks
  • No support for serverside languages

2) Plunker

Plunker

Plunker is an online community for creating, collaborating on and sharing your web development ideas.

Plunker Feature:

  • Real-time code collaboration
  • Fully-featured, customizable syntax editor
  • Live previewing of code changes
  • As-you-type code linting
  • Forking, commenting and sharing of Plunks
  • Fully open-source on GitHub under the MIT license