Cross-IDE pair programming
Duckly is a video chat tool with real-time collaboration that allows you to do pair programming with people using different IDEs. Duckly enables remote developers to work as if they were side by side.
You can share your code in real-time and your team directly from their favourite IDE like VSCode, WebStorm, IntelliJ or PyCharm. Review our website for the complete list of supported IDEs.
If you want to see a quick demo, check how to start sharing your code on Duckly
Duckly is great for:
Privacy and security
We care deeply about your privacy and security.
The code is only shared P2P encrypted with the call participants. No data touches our servers.
If you are on a call with up to 4 participants, your voice and video are also only shared P2P. For calls with more than 4 participants, we use a cloud infrastructure in order to maintain the call quality.
You can read here about our security.
🌎 Multi-IDE support
👀 Follow and Unfollow
🔎 Share the workspace or specific folder
🔧 Share your terminal
🔒 P2P code sharing
How to start pair programming?
Start a video call on your team's URL. Go to VS Code, open Duckly panel and click to share your code.
How to stop sharing?
Just leave the call or on VS Code, on the Duckly panel click Stop sharing.
Duckly works for:
Do you need help?
If you face any issues, don't hesitate to contact us at help @ duckly.com