Cloud IDEs?

trewq

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Hey everyone,


I've been looking at starting to use a Cloud based IDE such as Cloud 9 or Code Anywhere.


Does anyone use one? How do you like it?


At the moment I'm using notepad++ and my workflow is very inefficient, which I hate.


Mostly PHP, JavaScript and HTML/CSS. Some Python and Bash.


I'll use this in my job so cost is not an issue. Preferably monthly subscriptions.


Brendan
 

redswitches

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+1 for CodeAnyWhere. Its a damn good IDE and since its a Cloud Based one i find it more easy to work it while travelling. 

Like their DevBox feature and the remote FTP/SSH is the first thing i used to see mainly in any local based IDE.
 

joepie91

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In what sense is your workflow "inefficient"? I generally find that "cloud IDEs" add more hassle than they're worth, and there may be a much better solution to your problem.
 
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KwiceroLTD

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In what sense is your workflow "inefficient"? I generally find that "cloud IDEs" add more hassle than they're worth, and there may be a much better solution to your problem.
I agree. I only use c9 if I want to screw around without breaking my current setup.
 

KwiceroLTD

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Hey everyone,


I've been looking at starting to use a Cloud based IDE such as Cloud 9 or Code Anywhere.


Does anyone use one? How do you like it?


At the moment I'm using notepad++ and my workflow is very inefficient, which I hate.


Mostly PHP, JavaScript and HTML/CSS. Some Python and Bash.


I'll use this in my job so cost is not an issue. Preferably monthly subscriptions.


Brendan
You could host your own?

Also use Sublime
 

Hxxx

Active Member
As a Dev I can highly recommend Koding. Really good.

With the subscription you have a private VPS, where everything is hosted.
 

bracknelson

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Hey,
It's really common for developers to create code using your everyday text editors. the increasing popularity of cloud services leads to the rise of cloud IDEs. You can use the best IDEs to provide a one-stop solution for all your development needs — with extra perks like version control and continuous integration like JSFiddle, Microsoft azure notebooks, Observable, and more but I personally recommend for Code Pen CodePen is a cloud-based editor for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript that lets you render snippets in real-time and then share them with others. I hope this reply helpful to you.
 

Lewis-H

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A cloud IDE is a web-based integrated development platform (IDE).

An IDE is a programming environment that has been packaged as an application, typically consisting of a code editor, a compiler, a debugger, and a graphical user interface (GUI) builder. Frequently, cloud IDEs are not only cloud-based but also designed for the creation of cloud apps. However, some cloud IDEs are optimized for the creation of native apps for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
 
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