jarofgreen 44 days ago [-]
I hope you have good measures to stop spam and to stop people abusing your run features. Or even just to stop things like infinite loops in this code sample (if the syntax error is fixed) https://harigami.net/cd?hsh=0b7c2f43-bf85-4efe-bedb-f6b60c8f... (I didn't submit that sample btw)
sti320a 44 days ago [-]
Thank you for good comment. As you say, I have to think measures to stop spam (Now I delete spam manually). For escaping infinite loops, I'm considering to add time out.
jangid 44 days ago [-]
During candidate selection, we were desperately looking for something like this. Code sharing is available at many places. But running the code is nice feature. But as @jarofgreen pointed out, how will you stop abuse?
sti320a 44 days ago [-]
Thank you for your comment. As I mentioned on above comment, I'm considering to add timeout and limit number of running by users.
sti320a 45 days ago [-]
# What is this?

This is a web service for sharing soruce code. The most important feature is that this doesn't require signing up for submiting source code. Users can share their source code without any account. It uses unique URL for sharing source code.

# Why did I build this?

For sharing source code, we can use GitHub or Gist, GitLab and so on. These services require us to sign in before sharing source code. However I sometimes want to share small source code like snippet with syntax highlight on SNS. Almost of popular SNSs don't have syntax highlight or code sharing feature easy to see. This is why I built this service.

# What is it different?

This doesn't require users to sign in.We don't need to create account for sharing source code. This is very simple. Just copy and pasete source code on textarea and click submit button. Then you can share source code by URL.

praseodym 44 days ago [-]
Because I had to look this up: ‘SNS’ is an abbreviation for Social Networking Service that is mostly used in Japan.
sti320a 44 days ago [-]
I didn't know the 'SNS' is only used in Japan. I need to say 'Social Networking Service' without abbreviating. Thank you for pointing out.
glandium 44 days ago [-]
It's also used at least in Korea, but it's uncommon in the west.
amir734jj 44 days ago [-]
Looks nice. I like the idea. I wish the UI could be improved more. For example, I see all the languages on left, they could be sorted by the number of codes in a descending order. There is just too much white color. I am color blind, maybe you could have used Bootstrap or Material to get started. I see "No title" everywhere, do we need to see "No title" or maybe not show anything?

I assume the back-end is very straightforward (basic abstraction over S3), so please focus on the front-end.

sti320a 44 days ago [-]
Thank you for your great advice.

> they could be sorted by the number of codes in a descending order.

Sorting is important. I will try to implement this.

> There is just too much white color.

I think so too. Now I am trying to implement Dark mode. I will try Material as the solution.

> I see "No title" everywhere, do we need to see "No title" or maybe not show anything?

'No title' is not good as you point out. I'm going to hide it if no title.

I appreciate your advice. I improve front-end more.

rambojazz 44 days ago [-]
AKA pastebin?
M3phist0 44 days ago [-]
Seems kind of. Could the OP elaborate where his product differs and improves pastebin?
nirushiv 44 days ago [-]
From what I see, this is focused on snippets, and you can execute it directly
sti320a 44 days ago [-]
This idea is almost same as Pastebin. But as @nirushiv mentioned, I focus on snippets. This service specializes in source code sharing. Pastebin doesn't classify code by languages and doesn't have run features.