Web-based IDEs

Don’t fancy in­stalling yet an­other set of pack­ages? Try these browser-based so­lu­tions in­stead

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Brand new and avail­able as a free Pub­lic Al­pha, the Coder web-based IDE en­ables you to de­velop alone or with oth­ers in 15 lan­guages, with fea­tures found in full IDEs in­clud­ing au­to­com­plete, syn­tax high­light­ing, lint­ing and go-to-def­i­ni­tion. Code is com­piled, tested and run in your own scal­able con­tainer.

AWS Cloud 9


Cloud 9, which is now part of Ama­zon Web

Ser­vices, is a cloud-based IDE code ed­i­tor, de­bug­ger and ter­mi­nal that comes pack­aged with tools for sev­eral pop­u­lar lan­guages in­clud­ing Python and PHP. Cloud9 is tai­lored to­wards server­less de­vel­op­ment us­ing the Ama­zon suite of prod­ucts and en­ables pair pro­gram­ming with a shared de­vel­op­ment en­vi­ron­ment.



Codeany­where pro­vides a cus­tomised de­vel­op­ment en­vi­ron­ment for an in­cred­i­ble 72 lan­guages, with code com­ple­tion for web lan­guages, lint­ing, mul­ti­ple cur­sors, code beau­ti­fy­ing and wide de­vice and browser sup­port. Code can be edited re­motely whether it’s hosted on FTP, SFTP or even Drop­box or Google Drive. A built-in ter­mi­nal con­sole is in­cluded on a pro­vided con­tainer.



Co­denvy, now owned by Red Hat, is built on open source cloud IDE Eclipse Che, with added mul­ti­te­nancy, se­cu­rity con­trols and au­to­ma­tion. Co­denvy en­ables de­vel­op­ers to de­velop code with por­ta­ble Docker run­times. A ‘dev mode’ pro­duc­tion adds In­tel­lisense, de­bug­gers and desk­top sync.

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