Amazon launched its latest browser-based IDE, AWS Cloud9 at the company’s re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. As the matter of fact, Cloud9 is a company which was acquired by Amazon last year. It is based on the Ace Editor.
When the reports initially emerged regarding the Amazon’s deal with the Cloud9, the officials had refused to comment or confirm. Now, we can substantiate that such a deal had taken place without any doubt or second thought.
AWS also claims that this is the first “cloud native” IDE. Anyways, it will be interesting to see if how the competitors will react to this claim.
The highlight features about Cloud9 IDE is that it is integrated with the AWS very deeply, lets the developers to create cloud environments and begin instances right from the tool. The rivals of AWS such as Google and Microsoft also provide IDEs for mobile and cloud developers with a similar AWS’s like direct integration with the Cloud9. Nevertheless, the Visual Studio by Microsoft provides several third-party services and handful of integrations.
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