CodeRun - Online IDE

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CodeRun is a browser-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE), built on top of the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2, S3 and SimpleDB). It allows programmers to easily develop, test, deploy and publish code online, without requiring powerful hardware or complex software.

Details

Company: Codstore Inc.
Inquiry e-mail address: support@coderun.com
Amazon Web Services Used: Amazon SimpleDB
Solution URL: http://www.coderun.com
Audience: Developers
Pricing: Both Free and for-fee tiers available
How does this application use Amazon Web Services?: CodeRun is built on top of EC2, S3 and SimpleDB and stores user data at S3
Created On: August 10, 2009 3:01 PM GMT
Last Updated: August 11, 2009 8:54 AM GMT

CodeRun is a browser-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE), built on top of the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). CodeRun offers computer developer all that is needed to develop computer applications:

  • Search a rapidly growing collection of runnable code samples from within the IDE.
  • View, modify and run code without having to download it to your desktop.
  • Create new projects, or upload existing code for online use.
  • Edit code with syntax-coloring and code completion.
  • Compile managed code applications.
  • Debug client / server code from your browse.
  • Deploy applications with a single click to the AWS cloud and add servers as needed.
  • Track code versioning with built-in SVN support.
  • Publish Code - Links: allow others to open the CodeRun IDE with branched version of your code.

CodeRun supports the main industry languages and platforms, including C# , .NET (3.5), PHP (5.1), JavaScript, HTML, Ajax, Java. It is fully compliant with industry-standard file formats such as Microsoft Visual Studio project files. developers can iterate between their desktop and CodeRun as much as they like.

Comments

amazing but ..
I think it is a good idea, but who will develop online it would be more slower as there are many requests to the server. what about developing a GUI or any file access program?? anyway it is a good idea... .
manmon3 on August 29, 2009 5:18 PM GMT
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