Dragbox.org – Share Your Code
Dragbox is one of the simplest ways for coders to share the work they’ve done with their colleagues. If you’re one, on this site you can have piece of code you’ve written shared simply by having the relevant files dragged and dropped into the provided container (it’s right on the homepage, taking up most of the screen). Upon doing so, a link will be created for the person you want to share your code with to retrieve the file instantly. He will download the file right to his HD, and either correct it or use it. It all depends on who the person is, and the kind of working relationship you’ve got with him. But you’ll always get to upload your code (and the other person to get it) in the blink of an eye.
And that’s basically it. The site’s really that easy to use, with you being able to have code shared without even needing to sign up for an account. You’re not even requested to supply an email address in order to get going. You simply need to have your files on your desktop, for them to be shared in a drag-and-drop fashion.
You’re allowed to share any Ruby files which you have on your desktop, and that are not bigger than 5 MB. Few Ruby files are that bulky (and that’s all the more true if you’re a beginner), so that shouldn’t be too much of a problem.