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Eclipse Che - Next-Generation IDE

  •    Java

Eclipse Che is a developer workspace server and cloud IDE. Che defines workspaces that include their dependencies including embedded containerized runtimes, Web IDE, and project code. This makes workspaces distributed, collaborative, and portable to run anywhere on a desktop or a server. All Che services are reachable through RESTful APIs.

Codebox - Open source Cloud & Desktop IDE

  •    Javascript

Codebox is a complete and modular Cloud IDE. It is an open source component of codebox.io (Cloud IDE as a Service).The IDE can run on your desktop (Linux or Mac), on your server or the cloud. Codebox is built with web technologies: node.js, javascript, html and less. The IDE possesses a very modular and extensible architecture, that allows you to build your own features with through add-ons.

gitpod - Gitpod automates the provisioning of ready-to-code development environments.

  •    TypeScript

Always ready-to-code. Gitpod is an open-source Kubernetes application for automated and ready-to-code development environments that blends in your existing workflow. It enables you to describe your dev environment as code and start instant and fresh development environments for each new task directly from your browser.

Gitpod - Automates the provisioning of ready-to-code development environments

  •    Go

Gitpod is an open-source Kubernetes application for ready-to-code developer environments that spins up fresh, automated dev environments for each task, in the cloud, in seconds. It enables you to describe your dev environment as code and start instant, remote and cloud-based developer environments directly from your browser or your Desktop IDE.

Theia - Cloud & desktop IDE framework implemented in TypeScript

  •    TypeScript

Theia is an extensible platform to develop full-fledged multi-language Cloud & Desktop IDE-like products with state-of-the-art web technologies. Theia is entirely written in TypeScript and clearly separates the UI frontend from the backend. The frontend runs in modern browsers or as a Desktop app using Electron with either local or remote (cloud) backends.

Code Server - VS Code in the browser

  •    Typescript

Run VS Code on any machine anywhere and access it in the browser. It helps to code on any device with a consistent development environment. Use cloud servers to speed up tests, compilations, downloads, and more

Codiad - Web Based, Cloud IDE

  •    PHP

Codiad is a web-based IDE framework with a small footprint and minimal requirements. It supports Real-Time Collaborative editing, Error checking & notifications, Editor screen splitting, Smart auto-complete, Advanced searching tools, Syntax color themes, i18n Language Support and lot more.

kubernetes-che - Example deploying Eclipse Che on a Kubernetes cluster


Example deploying Eclipse Che on a Kubernetes cluster. So what you get is a Che server running on your cluster behind SPDY Proxy to handle authencation and encryption. Note: Currently alpha state; barely tested.

phosphorusfive - A Full Stack RAD Web Application Development Framework

  •    CSharp

Phosphorus Five is a .Net based RAD Web Application Development Framework, for creating rich and secure Ajax web apps. It allows you to orchestrate your apps together, almost as if they were made out of LEGO bricks. Out of the box, Phosphorus Five contains the following components.

Codebot - Free and open source (MIT license) IDE focused on game development.

  •    Javascript

Codebot is a code editing program equipped with built-in tools to help you make your game faster (read full thoughts here). Developing a game is much more than just coding, you have to tweak art, build levels, convert files, find assets/extensions, read docs about building and publishing, and so on. Under the hood Codebot is built with JS/HTML/CSS. When used as a native app, Codebot uses Node Webkit.

definitely-gp - External `.gitpod.yml` files.

  •    Dockerfile

Gitpod is an online IDE for GitHub. This repository contains externally maintained .gitpod files for projects on GitHub. The files are organized by repository name. If you need a different configuration for a fork the repository folder can contain a folder for the organisation.

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