Presentation ArchiveCode

The lost time

In the world of programming, the result of a survey showed that 92% of programmers take time to find the same article in their search and 87% get lost in their own notes

  • How many times have you searched for the same article on search engines and what are your chances of getting the same good result in one shot?
  • How many times have you gotten lost changing technologies and had to dig through your files to find a little script or technique?
  • How many favorites did you have on your browser that you don't know where they are anymore and how many URLs are actually still working?
I could give you a long list but let's limit it to here. Now let's try to calculate the amount of time wasted to find déjà vu.


ArchiveCode is a completely free platform. It will help you archive your algorithms, code blocks, urls. You will be able to optimize your time without repeating yourself in searching for solutions that you have already found in the past. You will be able to do it quickly and easily. Below we will present some features of the platform.

  • Articles

    The articles cover the code blocks that are recorded in each technology. We have listed some fairly common technologies, but this is not an exhaustive list. When you register an article or code, only you can see it. This makes it easy to find your syntax and adapt it to the context.
    You can also make an article public. To be able to publish it, you should respect some rules:

    1. Choose a good title and make a brief description that appeals to users.
    2. Archive the article in the menu of the relevant technology.
    3. If you use any images in your articles, please respect the copyrights.

    Each item will be numbered with the first three letters of the technology followed by a number (for example Php1548792568 ). This number allows for easier sharing with other people.

  • Link The section Link allows you to save your important links and make them accessible everywhere. You can see directly if this URL is still working or not, even before you click on it. You can also make them public to avoid having to log in to access them.

  • Blogs The section Blogs is the place to exchange ideas. Blogs are not necessarily related to programming. Once logged in you can write and publish them. Other users can like them and comment them.

  • Contacts list The section Contacts list allows you to see the users who have activated their visibility. Each person decides in his profile what information to share.

  • Security The platform has a high level of security that can be increased to your own satisfaction. You can, for example, enable two-factor authentication.

  • Theme settings The section Theme settings allows you to change the appearance of the platform to suit your preference.

  • Good mood ArchiveCode proposes us every day a random proverb in the Dashboard.

About me

Sunny A.
Louis Joseph Bissinde Full Stack Developer

Passionate about new technologies, my career path has led me to become familiar with different fields, from electronics to computer networks through maintenance. My thirst for knowledge and my curiosity eventually led me into the world of programming. I am a developer with a diversified experience in the technology stack .NET | Flutter| Java| Php| DataBase. Currently collaborating in a Swiss company specialized in mobile application development.
ArchiveCode was born out of a need for order and accessibility in my notes. I think that a database of déjà vu can be useful considering the evolution of technology. From my point of view, knowledge sharing is fundamental, so making ArchiveCode public became an evidence. Feel free to use it and to send me proposals for the improvement of the platform.


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Approval team

Alberto F.
Alberto F. full stack developer
Fabio L.
Fabio L. full stack developer
Louis Joseph B.
Louis Joseph B. full stack developer
Simo S.
Simo S. app tester
Marc M.
Marc M. developer