Runnable, the three-month-old code discovery service that aims to be the “YouTube of code,” has announced two major new features. First, Runnable has added support for two of the most widely used programming languages: C/C++ and Java. Currently, the most popular languages on the website are Node.js, Python and PHP.
Second, Runnable is launching “Code Channels,” a new service that makes it easier for companies to promote their development tools. Businesses will be able to upload SDKs, APIs and frameworks, and Runnable will provide them with analytics that show how developers are using their tools.