Us­ing the web-based ide

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Web-based IDE users are still very much in the mi­nor­ity, but as the fea­ture sets of the on­line prod­ucts in­crease, they are be­com­ing ever more vi­able for se­ri­ous de­vel­op­ment. The Coder Pub­lic Al­pha aims to be the best yet with an IDE that works on the most hum­ble of hard­ware, in­clud­ing Chrome­books. On­line IDEs take ad­van­tage of server pro­cess­ing power – Coder uses the con­cept of ‘Fast Time’, which dy­nam­i­cally scales your com­pu­ta­tional re­sources based on your needs with up to 96 CPU cores of power (at a price).

The dash­board con­tains a list of your projects, which can be as­signed tags for fil­ter­ing

The Con­trol Panel en­ables you to con­fig­ure your plan, pur­chase ‘Fast Time’ or stor­age, and view statis­tics

Web-based IDEs are all about col­lab­o­ra­tion. You can add and edit col­lab­o­ra­tors in the ded­i­cated tab

Coder in­cludes ex­ten­sive doc­u­men­ta­tion which in­cludes a get­ting started guide and in-depth walk­through

Con­tain­ers are at the heart of the Coder plat­form. This tab lets you drop straight into your con­tainer shells

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