Help:Similar Sites

From Rosetta Code

Rosetta Code isn't the only project which aims to document tasks in multiple languages. Other projects do exist. Here's a list. Feel free to update and add to it.

Live sites[edit]

Multi-Task efforts[edit]

Specific Tasks[edit]


Online Execution[edit]

The following sites allow execution of some languages from a web browser.

Site Languages Notes EasyLang IDE, Tutorials
The Go Play Space Go Playground with Doc-Ref, Turtle- & Nightmode
The Go Playground Go The official Golang playground
Groovy Playground Groovy Load save via Github/Gist
Groovy web console Groovy Save and share. Runs on Google Cloud (GAE) Basic, C, C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Ruby, ... ... and many more
Ideone Bash, C, C++, Go, Haskell, Java, Pascal, Rust, ... ... and many more
Gambas Playground Gambas CLI only
ScalaFiddle Scala.JS, a transpiler that translates your Scala code into highly performant and optimised JavaScript.
Scastie Scastie is an interactive playground for Scala running on a JVM. Only supports static input
TIO: Try It Online More than 500 languages Only supports static input - no interactivity


These sites were online at one point, but have since vanished with no forwarding address. If you know of online, existing archived copies, please link to them. Also, Rosetta Code may be interested in hosting static copies of such sites where they're at risk of disappearing. Having such content disappear is counter to the goals of this site.

If a site is listed in this section, but is actually still live, please move it back to the live section.

Algorithm Wiki[edit]

I emailed the domain owner, asking for news, and offering to host an archival static copy. --Michael Mol 16:59, 14 January 2011 (UTC)

Is that the same one? -- Shyam Has Your Anomaly Mitigated (talk) 01:23, 5 January 2017 (UTC)


Sent an email to the domain-by-proxy contact address, to try to get in touch with the owner. --Michael Mol 17:04, 14 January 2011 (UTC)


Sent an email to the domain owner. --Michael Mol 17:05, 14 January 2011 (UTC)

It's gone...

The Internet Archive crawled the site 3 times in April of 2008.*/ Unfortunately there doesn't seem to have been much content on the site at the time.