Looking for an embeddable code editor with more features than you’ll know what to do with? Ace has been around since 2010 and there’s a reason why. Come see what this code editor offers and give it a test. Written in JavaScript, Ace is a code editor that can be easily embedded inside of the web or even in a JavaScript app. Embedding Ace in your site is easy, just follow the guide and use the provided code. There is also the option to clone and host Ace locally using a pre-packaged version. (Four different pre-packaged versions are found on GitHub for all of your needs.) Ace is no new kid on the block, it has actually been around since September 2010. (However, it previously went by Bespin and Skywriter.) Let’s celebrate over 8 years of Ace and look at what’s what it stand the test of time against other code editors. What are some of the features that make Ace worth checking out? Right off of the bat, Ace is fast. It keeps up speed even for large files. Currently, the upper limit for large files is around 4,000,000 lines of code. According to Ace’s Wikipedia page, some of the supported projects that use Ace Editor are: Cloud 9 IDE, PythonAnywhere, Koding, the Tumblr theme editor,...