These new tools are being targeted towards professional developers using the open source platform who are interested in using cloud-based technology in their workflows.
Ruben Daniels, CEO and co-founder of Cloud9 IDE, promised in prepared remarks that this feature set means that "web and mobile app development can fully be taken online for a truly untethered approach to build, test, debug and deploy code.”
Most of the new features are what you would see touted by almost anything that involves the cloud these days. That includes real-time collaboration and peer review, customizable user interfaces, and automatic online/offline work synchronization.
For a closer look at the new Cloud9 IDE developer features, check out the promo clip below:
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