This brings people together instantly and without travel costs.
Previously, I decided to ask my own C Network, if they know about such online tools: And, as it turs out, there are a few ones, often tools build to do interviews, they usually only offer "C ", and no further information on toolchains, so on many of these tools, this is your best friend of running as hello world: Unlike the popular online compilers, most of these tools only offer C 11, some do C 14, but often I couldn't find information on the tool chain that was used in the back ground.
It helps to try different macros then, such as #define GCC_VERSION (__GNUC__ * 10000 __GNUC_MINOR__ * 100 __GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__).
Latest application version includes H264 and Speex support, acoustic echo cancellation, P2P groups support for better, faster video streaming and lower rtmp server bandwidth usage.
Includes a widget that displays active rooms (with number of participants) and conference access link.
Cloud9 seems to offer all features needed in the free version, and has the best support for controlling the online session as far as I could see.
rextester seems to be the only online compiler that has a good compiler selection and offers easy sharing of sessions.FEATURES ✓ Free 100% video chat & voice call with unlimited time.✓ High-quality face time video with 3G/4G and Wi Fi.✓ Simple & easy to use.✓ Support of the back camera and front camera.✓ No Registration required.You can just start chatting by clicking on find button.Hinter Face Time steckt eine Videotelefonie-App für Mac und i Phone von Apple.Damit chattet der Nutzer mit seinen Freunden per Video auf Apple-Geräten.While doing some brainstorming for possible (youtube) live formats with C content, the thought of having a shared online IDE/Compiler came into my mind. There are various online compilers such as ideone or Matt Godbolts Compiler Explorer, but mostly these are websites where you are able to run code into your own session, without sharing code with others in a live setting.