Making coding simple, Dcoder is a mobile coding platform that lets anyone code on their smartphone in over 35 programming languages.
You write your code on the phone on Dcoder’s code editor. It is then sent to the cloud servers where it is compiled and executed, and the output is redirected to the mobile screen. CodeNow, which is Dcoder’s code editor, allows you to select a programming language to write code, or you can also select a template from the options on the app.
Algoyo, a section on the Dcoder app, lists challenges that coders can participate in to accumulate XPs. It allows them to showcase their coding skills and find place on the ‘Global Leaderboard’ according to their ranking.
Dcoder already has more than a million downloads on Google Play and over 100,000 active users on the platform each month. With the increased number of users each month, Dcoder realised the importance of constantly scaling servers and optimising the solution for better performance.
Along the way, Dcoder had to grapple with several challenges. Recently, a Russian court banned Telegram in the country on grounds of non-compliance with local law. Consequently, more than a million IPs of Amazon were banned. Dcoder, which uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) for its cloud needs, had to find alternatives to continue running.
Starting with Ankush’s personal savings of $200, Dcoder is now part of Facebook’s FB Start Accelerated Startups and Rajasthan Government’s iStart initiative. He adds this has helped them keep the costs low as they are provided with credits for the servers and incubation space at India’s biggest incubator Bhamashah Technohub free of cost.
We are now a community of 1 Million Coders/Programmers/Hackers/Competitive Programmers.
We feel heartfelt gratitude at the day for your support and love, that you guys have shown to Dcoder, keep supporting.
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