Revolutionary features, delivered.
It’s finally here. Experience the awesome productivity of coding together — no matter where you are. Cloud9 IDE now enables developers around the world to edit the same code and chat together in real-time. Developers can pair program, review code, get an audience involved, or teach a group of students the art of programming.
The way you code together will never be the same again.
For more videos on our new features hop on over to c9.io/codetogether!
C9 Cloud Your Workspace in the Cloud, vvwith SSH and FTP.
This is the platform professional developers have been waiting for. Your Workspace in the Cloud gives every developer the raw power of their own runtime environment. Run your Python and Ruby apps. Compile with gcc. You even get a true terminal with the Unix commands you love — like make, telnet and VIM.
For developers with their own servers, there’s Cloud9+SSH. Now you get the same amazing Cloud9 experience — including collaboration — attached to the server you already own. Keep your code where it is, and Cloud9 will bring it all together.
You can even connect to your FTP servers and use Cloud9 to see your file tree, drag-n-drop files and edit your code. Working with WordPress and Drupal has never been this convenient.
Code Completion So you can focus on the big picture.
App Deploy Give your application an audience.
Cloud9 offers incredible choices for bringing your application to life: Heroku, Cloud Foundry and Windows Azure. It is the easiest and quickest path to getting your application online.
Round out your development process with multiple server targets: alpha, beta, staging, and production.
The Cloud9 Experience
The Awesome Editor
Drag & Drop
The project tree scrolls, highlights and expands folders automatically for the most natural drag n drop experience.
You can even drop files onto your FTP server.
Git & Mercurial support
Run git and hg commands in the command-line, just like you would on your local terminal.
Git blame your files to see who introduced that bug you’ve been tracking down.
For example, you can “npm install express” and then enter “express” to scaffold your express app. If the NPM package has a stdin prompt like “coffee”, the command-line handles that too.