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    Default An IDE in the Cloud

    Hi guys,
    We have recently released the Beta version of the eXo Cloud IDE and would like to get feedback from the Java community. Its a free web-based IDE, with Groovy and JAX-RS support, therefore allowing you to deploy Rest Services directly from the IDE.

    Do you see the usage for web-based IDEs? We currently don't see it as a way to replace desktop IDE, but more as the "last mile" for your application. An efficient way to create web applications such as OpenSocial gadgets.

    The objective is also to allow direct deployment from the IDE to PaaS offerings such as AppEngine or Amazon Beanstalk.

    You can check out the service at http://cloud-ide.com.

    Curious to hear feedback.


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    Default Re: An IDE in the Cloud

    Hello markthespark, welcome to the forums.

    This looks very interesting indeed. I will take a look as soon as possible and give some feedback.
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    Welcome to JPF!
    Sounds great, I was looking for something like this a few months back. This would be great for coding while away form your PC, esp for students like me.

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    I'd like to test it with a guest account before I sign up. Would that be possible?

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    Default Re: An IDE in the Cloud

    You need to create an account. The registration process is quick and easy so I encourage you to try it out.

    We've recently added support for Ruby, PHP and Java/JSP languages. We've also added Git commands and a new PaaS menu to directly deploy to PaaS providers. We currently support Heroku (Ruby), Red Hat OpenShift (Ruby, PHP) and CloudBees (Java). You can now develop an application and deploy it to a server without using your desktop.

    Give it a try (http://cloud-ide.com) and let us know what you think! We're also curious about new features you would like to see included.

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    Can you outline how it compares feature-wise with other online IDEs, such as ideone, Ceclipse, Compilr, ECCO, CodeRun, etc. ?

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