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Runnable, “The YouTube of Code”, Adds Two of the Most Popular Software Development Language Codes, C/C++ and Java, Introduces Partnership Program for Enterprises to Distribute SDKs

The only company to allow in-browser search and code testing is on track to run more than 10 million pieces of code annually, with an average of over 150,000 monthly developer visits just 90 days after launch

Palo Alto, California – WEBWIRE

Runnable, a platform that lets anyone discover thousands of snippets of plug-and-play code, frameworks and APIs, today announced the addition of two new software development languages to its platform: C/C++, and Java. The company is also unveiling a new partnership platform, Runnable Channels, which allows companies to easily upload and share their SDKs, APIs and frameworks with the Runnable community. Showing explosive growth since its launch only three months ago, Runnable is already seeing over 150,000 unique developer visits to the site every month and is on track to have over 10 million snippets of code tested annually. 

Runnable’s ease of use empowers developers across the globe, regardless of skill level, to quit wasting time and build great products. These three newly added languages are especially popular among those new to programming, which, combined with Runnable’s simple plug-and-play nature, will continue to set Runnable apart as a valuable tool to anyone with even limited coding experience. These languages, C/C++ and Java, have proven to be two of the most popular among software developers -- C and Java rank first and second respectively on the  TIOBE Programming Community Index .

Along with adding these new languages, Runnable is unveiling its new partnership program, which, similar to YouTube, will allow companies to create their own Runnable Code Channel to offer programmers access to their code. These Code Channels are set to supercharge discovery for companies looking to showcase their reusable code, APIs and frameworks in one easy to reach place. Like YouTube Channels, Runnable’s Channels are hoping to create their own series of celebrity companies and developers known for their reusable code.

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