Do you love
fastlane, but you'd rather write your tasks using Swift? Well, Fastlane now supports Swift, but its main objective is still automating mobile development tasks. Sake, instead, wants to be a more general purpose task runner like
rake for Ruby on Rails or Make for C projects.
Code anywhere is an online IDE. It has been relatively limited for a while, but it has improved over time. I haven't used it for over one year as I didn't find a significant advantage to using it. However, it suddenly becomes more interesting to me if I'm able to build server-side projects with Vapor. I may still not use it - call me old-fashioned, but I still prefer my dev environment to be on my Mac - but you may like it better.