During tech interviews, some companies open up a web application like "codeshare.io" or coderpad.io and they ask an algorithm question etc. I normally use Intellij Idea whenever I code and I'm not used to coding without auto-compilation, syntax checking, debugging etc.. And I usually perform some debugging while trying to find a solution. Because it is a tool, and I want to use the machine to find my mistakes while thinking about an algorithm.
Let's imagine: you have very limited time, you are trying to talk/explain while coding and at the same time you are dealing with restrictions of a very bad IDE. What do you think about this common interviewing practice? Should we exercise coding on notepad to be prepared for this stuff?