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Comment by ralphgibesh
about Codenvy · Apr 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

What an awesome cloud tool to use..its a one of a kind easy to use with cool interfaces and various integration of other coding sites like Github.I would recommend it to any of you that want to code but view setting up IDEs as hard
The best and good job team codenvy

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Let me start with the pros and cons of this product.

Pros:

  1. Excellent IDE to develop server-side apps with Java, Spring, Python, Ruby, or PHP.

  2. Multiple easy-to-use platform integrations with Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, AppFog, CloudBees, Cloud Foundry, Google App Engine, Heroku and OpenShift. So, you do not need to worry about integrating with your preferred platform.

  3. The basic version is free to use with 512 MB of RAM and unlimited workspaces, free and public projects.

  4. Developers can create temporary IDE workspaces with full code, build, test, deploy, and collaboration functionality. You can even share it with others using a URL.

  5. Its secure browser-based editor supports multi-cursor, syntax highlighting, code completion, refactoring and lots more. You can even use it to edit, build, run and debug projects. It even has multi-cursor support. Moreover, the layout is extremely similar to Eclipse. So developers won't have problems adopting to it.

  6. Codenvy supports all Git commands through UI and Codenvy CLI.

Cons:

  1. A first time user does not need to know all of the tools. He needs to look at a sample project to understand the layout.

  2. Drag and drop isn't supported.

  3. Two-factor authentication isn't supported.

  4. Lacks Mercurial support. Currently the Codenvy supports Git and SVN Version Control Systems.

  5. Poor support for PHP. The syntax isn't highlighted and there isn't even a debugger for PHP.

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