CodeTogether :: Educational Licenses
Live share IDEs and coding sessions.
Free for all educational use.
Perfect for students, instructors, trainers, conference talks, and even streamers.
Cross-IDE code collaboration between
VS Code IntelliJ Eclipse
End-to-end source encryption
Hands-On Learning from Your Preferred IDE
CodeTogether is the leader in cross-IDE code collaboration. Learn more about CodeTogether features
- Host in VS Code, IntelliJ, or Eclipse*
- Join from your own IDE or a browser
- Host controls access privileges
- Option to share servers, terminals, and consoles
- Run remote unit tests and launches
- Audio, video, text chat and screen sharing
- Code alone or with a group
- Same-file simultaneous editing
*Including IDEs based on these
Great for All Types of Learning
CodeTogether is committed to helping the next generation of software engineers code better together.
From group projects, to mentoring sessions, CodeTogether is an awesome way for students to stay connected.
Perfect for remote lectures and providing one-on-one guidance to students, CodeTogether takes the pain out of distance learning.
From Twitch streaming to coding workshops and conferences, CodeTogether is happy to support innovative ways to learn.
Getting Started with CodeTogether
- Apply for an Educational license.
- Set up your license.
Once approved, you will receive an email with a link to set up your license.
- Create your team.
Click the view team link from the order to add members to your team. You can manage your team at any time from My Account.
Each team member gets all the benefits from our Teams plan.
Maximum team size: 100 for classrooms, 3 for students.
- Download CodeTogether.
Download the SaaS version for your preferred IDE.
- Code together!
Refer to the Getting Started Guide for details.
If you need additional assistance when applying for or setting up your educational license, please contact Customer Service.
If you need additional assistance when using CodeTogether, chat with us on Gitter.
If you would like to request a feature or report an issue, visit our GitHub repository.
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Loved by Teachers and Students Alike
“My students have been using CodeTogether this semester to help work at a distance. They have uniformly and overwhelmingly enjoyed the experience. Many of them have Eclipse experience, and have reported being able to do significantly more together using your product than with Eclipse alone. I found it particularly useful when I was locked into an older version of Eclipse.“
—Jason Hemann Lecturer, Northeastern University
—Student, North Carolina State University
“Thus far, CodeTogether seems like a great product. I have been using it to present lessons during my computer science class, and it has especially helped when working with my remote students. I am expecting the students will find it helpful when they start their group projects in the coming weeks. We are finding it easy to use and, at the moment, find it excellent as is.“
—Robotics Coordinator, Algoma District School Board
—Faculty Member, Hogeschool Leiden
—Faculty Member, Universidad de La Frontera
very fun experience!!
just awesome, thx
It’s damn great