Sunday, November 22, 2015

Bitnami Welcomes Our Newest Software Partner Cloud9!

Most developers recognize Cloud9 as the popular IDE that is bringing software development into the cloud. This flexible development environment comes with a wide variety of functions out of the box, and if it doesn’t currently have what you need there’s an SDK to create your own plugins. We are pleased to announce that users who would like to create their own plugins for the Cloud9 IDE can now get started in just a few clicks using the new Bitnami Cloud9 stack!

The stack comes complete with a working version of the Cloud9 IDE bundled with an SDK that enables developers to come up with their own awesome functionality! Whether you prefer to launch the Cloud9 stack in the cloud, locally, or as a VM, Bitnami has you covered.

Some of the key features of Bitnami Cloud9 stack:
  • Live browser preview: Check and preview your web application in any one of 300+ browser/OS platform combinations.
  • Language tools: Benefit from code completion, outline views and other language tools for PHP, Ruby, Python, JavaScript, Go, and many more languages.
  • Terminal and debugger: Run UNIX commands in your workspace, set breakpoints and inspect variables with the built-in terminal and debugger.
  • Built-in image editor: Use the built-in image editor to crop, resize, rotate or flip images, all in the same browser window.
  • Integration: Connect with Mercurial and Git repositories.
  • SDK: Build plugins to integrate with enterprise workflows or third-party applications using the Cloud9 SDK.
  • Supports over two dozen themes for highlighting your code in over three dozen languages.
  • Easily run your code from the built-in runners conveniently accessed from the run panel.
  • Easily configurable to run in special modes for VIM, Emacs, or Sublime.
Cloud9 SDK is available to launch now in Bitnami! To get started adding awesome new functionality to your Cloud9 IDE in just a few clicks, you can deploy Cloud9 in the cloud, as a virtual machine, or with a local installer. The application is absolutely free, and can be up and running in as little as a few minutes- give it a try now!