Wednesday Jan 16, 2008

A Handier Toolkit for Coders, and it's NOT google

I was directed to koders.com today. It's an excellent toolkit for coders to search for open source code. This opensource code optimized search engine boasts of currently spawning 205,234,850 lines of code. Well, for those opensource developers out there, this tool is way more handier than google. There was a time where I'd just google my way to glory searching for code snippets that I could use as guidelines and examples of developing a component. But what would enrage me most was the results that popped up were nowhere close to what I intended to find. But now with koders, I can be rest assured that the results are more specific. I'd recommend this tool to anybody, anyday !!. Developers of opensource projects on dev.java.net, sourcecforge.net, osdp.org, or any collaboration or independent platform could submit their site and CVS trees to be included in these koders.com. koders currently have plugins for eclipse, visual studio.NET 2003 & mozilla firefox. I would be contributing a koders plugin for netbeans soon.
you could search for open source code using this search box :
<script type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.koders.com/Special/Tools/searchbox.js" /> </script>
From this day on koders would stay my google for code. koders also enables you to search for code snippets in any particular programming language. Cool aye !!!
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