There are many web development tools available today to suit a range of needs, from full-fledged website construction, to simply creating and testing a new module or code snippet without jeopardizing a production site.
Weaves are also downloadable as a single HTML file.
According to its publisher, LiveWeave provides two ways to write your code: You can either write everything together (i.e. HTML5 + CSS3 + JS) in the HTML5 panel for a combined view, or separately in their own respective panels — so it works the way you work for maximum flexibility.
LiveWeave is compatible with IE10 or above (although partial support is available to IE9 users), as well as top all newer versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari. Partial support is also extended to certain mobile platforms, including iOS (iPad) — although features such as auto-completion seem “very glitchy” in these applications.
Although you may not want to use LiveWeave as your primary development platform, it serves as a quick and easy entry point, learning experience and scratch pad for coders in the cloud.