Get learners to “hello world”
Codio allows learners to run their first code in minutes by spinning up preconfigured containers. Learners type in a code editor, which is side-by-side with rich markdown content, including images and videos. Autograders are triggered with the push of a button, enabling instant feedback.
Full-stack compatible and sudo-privileges
Codio containers run Ubuntu, meaning your full stack of development tools will run seamlessly.
Need to quickly run and preview your site? Codio has a built-in terminal and browser. Need a specific tool? Sudo privileges mean you can use industry-standard tools - from version control to databases to testing frameworks.
Provide just-in-time support and guidance
Unlock learner insights, including time spent, percent of time in an error state, and other metrics to identify students who need help even if they don't ask. Instructors and mentors can hop into a student's container to join a video call, leave in-line code comments, playback learner code, or create a copy to try different fixes without changing the learner workspace.
Configure layouts and IDEs
Codio’s native IDE allows for seamless configuration of panels and menu customization as learners work through different projects. Industry-standard IDEs such as VS Code, Jupyter Notebooks, and RStudio run seamlessly in Codio.
Engineered for engagement
Codio’s content authoring features include evidence-based tools for increasing student engagement. From quick assessments such as Parsons problems where students un-scramble code to code visualizer to de-mystify how their code is being executed, everything in Codio’s platform was built with computing education in mind.