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Hacker Poll: Which Browser-based IDE Is Most Promising?

March 4th, 2011 03:25 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

We’ve asked you before what your favorite IDE is. And we’ve covered a few developer-centric text editors for the iPad. But what if you want to develop apps from your browser? There are a few options available, including Ace, Cloud9 IDE (which uses Ace), CodeMirror, Eclipse’s Orion and the Chrome app SourceKit (which also uses Ace).

Do you use any of these? Which one is most promising?

Source: Hacker Poll: Which Browser-based IDE Is Most Promising?

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