Codenvy

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Codenvy
Codenvy Logo.jpg
Developer(s) Codenvy
Stable release 2.12.1 / 12 Mar 2014
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Integrated development environment
Website http://www.codenvy.com

Codenvy is an SaaS developer environment, also known as a cloud Integrated Development Environment (IDE), that allows developers to create hosted environments optimized for creating, editing, compiling, testing and debugging applications authored in different programming languages. A SAAS developer environment has many clients, and can be accessed directly from within a browser, through an Application Programming Interface (API), or a traditional desktop IDE.

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Codenvy was founded in January 2013. Codenvy was a spin off of eXo Platform where the product was originally created starting in 2009.[1]

In January 2013, Codenvy raised $9M from several investors including TOBA Capital and Auriga Partners. At this time, Tyler Jewell, Toba Capital Partner, joined as founder and CEO.[2][3][4]

Even before its launch, in September 2012, Codenvy was named an SDTimes Company to Watch for 2013 and got the same award for 2014.[5][6]

In May 2013, Codenvy competed in the Under the Radar conference, and won both the Judges and Audience awards in the Cloud Services category.[7]

In September 2013 Codenvy's architecture was made public.[8][9]

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