Cloud9 IDE

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Cloud9 IDE
Cloud9
Developer(s) Cloud9 IDE, Inc
Written in JavaScript
Platform Web
Type IDE
License v3 - Freeware[1]
v2 - GNU GPL v3[2]
Website c9.io

Cloud9 IDE is a freeware online integrated development environment. It supports more than 40 programming languages, including PHP, Ruby, Python, JavaScript with Node.js, and Go. It enables developers to get started with coding immediately with pre-setup workspaces, collaborate with their peers with collaborative coding features, and web development features like live preview and browser compatibility testing.

It is written almost entirely in JavaScript, and uses Node.js on the back-end. The editor component uses Ace. As of July 2014, it uses Docker containers for its workspaces,[3] and is hosted on Google Compute Engine.[4]

Cloud9 IDE, Inc. is the company that actively maintains Cloud9 IDE. The company has offices in San Francisco and Amsterdam.

Features[edit]

About the Company[edit]

Founded in 2010 and based in San Francisco and Amsterdam, Cloud9 IDE is a privately held company. Cloud9 IDE raised $5.5 million in Series A funding from Accel Partners and product development software company Atlassian Software.[8]

Usage[edit]

Cloud9 is the native IDE for the BeagleBone Black single board computer, which is primarily programmed in an extension of node.js called Bonescript.

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "LICENSE". Cloud9. Retrieved 15 February 2015. 
  2. ^ "LICENSE". Ajax.org. Retrieved 15 February 2015. 
  3. ^ Cloud9 IDE 3.0 Now Runs in Ubuntu Containers via Docker. InfoQcom. Retrieved on 2014-08-15
  4. ^ Cloud9 IDE on Google Compute Engine. Google Cloud Platform Blog. Retrieved on 2014-08-15.
  5. ^ Windows Azure on Cloud9. C9.io. Retrieved on 2014-05-29.
  6. ^ Deploy to Google App Engine with Cloud9 and git. C9.io (2013-07-22). Retrieved on 2014-05-29.
  7. ^ Deploy to (S)FTP. C9.io. Retrieved on 2014-05-29.
  8. ^ Development As A Service Platform Cloud9 Raises $5.5M From Accel And Atlassian Software. TechCrunch (2011-06-21). Retrieved on 2014-05-29.