Plunker – Helping developers make the web, indeed
Plunker by Geoff Goodman is an online community wherein one can create, collaborate and share ones development ideas.
It is basically a tool or editor that helps you write the code snippets really fast with added resources and let you test it in real time.
Above is a Plunk which demonstrate the working of Google Pie Chart using Angular JS. One can fork and create their own version of the code snippet.
Plunker is similar to popular services like JSFiddle, in addition it has different sources that you can fork (like Node). Plunker allows creating an arbitrary number of files, while JSFiddle restrict you to one HTML + one CSS + one JS. With Plunker you can download the whole project as a ZIP file, while JSFiddle on the other hand allows quick sharing of a single example of some functional code snippet.
Plunker, having a huge community lets developers explore different projects and also share their own projects in the community.
Plunker has simple Twitter Bootstrap UI giving you hold of multiple files separated in the left column and letting you explore and add popular packages on the go in a complete hassle-free manner, more suited for working with and editing multiple files; the editor packed with all features like syntax highlighting, using Ace Editor.