Codenvy Software


 

Codenvy is a workspace platform for development and operations professionals. It enables users to edit, run and debug code. It offers cloud-based and on-premise deployments.

When users begin a new project, production runtimes are defined by existing Docker and Compose files. Runtimes are configured so developers can connect to them, and workspace agents inject root-privileged terminal, language services for auto-completion, and SSH access. Finally, a debugger is connected for code inspection.

Codenvy virtual workspaces allow developers to edit, save, build and debug code as though it were local. Workspaces can use the Eclipse Che browser-integrated development environment (IDE) or sync a desktop IDE. Workspaces can be shared within teams or with external users, and administrators can set user permissions and resources for each user. Integrations include JIRA and Jenkins.

Condenvy is available with subscription pricing. Support is available via email and through Github.

 

Codenvy - List of workspaces
 
  • Codenvy - List of workspaces
    List of workspaces
  • Codenvy - Create new project
    Create new project
  • Codenvy - Desktop IDE
    Desktop IDE
  • Codenvy - Docker containers
    Docker containers
  • Codenvy - Portable workspace
    Portable workspace
  • Codenvy - Work offline
    Work offline
Supported Operating System(s):
Web browser (OS agnostic)

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Harry from EA
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

June 2017

June 2017

As primary code editor using at home

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can use in web browser. can respond quickly/not slow. that is good.
support various programming languages.
Can share work with others
can publish work as stack

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it would be great if it works with local storage.
need improvement to editors,
1. more auto complete, for example, editing pom.xml of mavin file.
2. didn't see auto complete for java when I use it for java.
3. didn't see customization for project setup when I created java program. I don't like to have my package packed as che.examples as always.

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Robat from DevJokes

February 2017

February 2017

Codenvy: A Heaven for me

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Codenvy is a great cloud IDE for the developers. I used it for my node.js and python project. I fall in love from when I use it. I use their service almost 1 year. Though at first, It looks too slow for me. But day by day the performance of this IDE become great.

Pros:

1. It's free upto 3 GB ram
2. Stable and Almost support several platform.
3. Github integration and dockerization.

Cons:

1. Need some plugin support.
2. Auto complete code.

Source: Capterra
 

Paul from none
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

June 2016

June 2016

OK but needs some more work on set-up and maybe code completion

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Gave it a quick test drive for a simple java hello world from scratch.
Probably should have looked at the samples first, but...
If you start from scratch its making you do a lot of work

Pros

web based, seems like a cool idea.

Cons

Like I said, seems like for something simple you have to do a lot of work.
Did not try the Android, but don;t see how it could compete with the Google/IntellaJ for free

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You are close, seems like you need to automate more of the initial config.
Did not see gradle a build choice for java projects

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Bruno from IFT
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

June 2016

June 2016

Beyond a Cloud IDE

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The GUI is fantastic I have a great experience feeling that you are in a native installation without have to configure a thing, also since it runs in the cloud there is no overhead locally meaning that you don't need run the project in a virtual machine or container locally, lot of tools for debugging, git and datasource integration.

Pros

Cloud base so you can access anywhere
Project runs in a container remotely so you can use a cheap chromebook to access the GUI.
Best for open source projects since you don't really have locally your code.
No overhead locally.
Customs configurations for runners.
Lot of tools: Console, Terminal, git and data source integration.
profiles configurations.
learning curve really short if you are familiar with eclipse or sublime text

Cons

Don't know where really is your project, It is safe?

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When running, have to watch the 1GB that you have available so you project do not consume it. probably the pay version offers and upgrade for this.

Source: Capterra
 

Duncan from Clarke
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

June 2016

June 2016

Codenvy Rocks!

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I've just started using codenvy and like how stable it is. I've switched over from another cloud IDE solution that wasn't as stable.

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It is very stable. Customer support is great. I like that the free version has an hour meter, but isn't limiting in any other way.

Cons

The GUI was a bit overwhelming at first, but that is just because there are so many features they have packed in.

Advice to Others

I'd recommend this platform to others. It's the most stable and feature packed of any cloud platforms I've tried.

Source: Capterra
 

Joel from System Engineer

June 2016

June 2016

Leaning Python is Fun!!!

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Codenvy has a lot of great information. The challenges are great and I was able to learn a lot of new skills. I enjoyed the interface and found it easy to follow.

Pros

The interface was nice and easy to use.

Cons

So far haven't found anything I dislike about the software.

Source: Capterra
 

Patricio from PAWA
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

June 2016

June 2016

Great web develop portal!

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Great app, it's like Cloud9, but with a better web-IDE. Also, it's very easy to add to a Git repo, even if the proyect has already started.

Pros

The IDE and Easy to Use. Also a very easy Git integration.

Cons

Lacks native support for Meteor. Also, it needs to work offline and syncronize later.

Advice to Others

Please, do support Meteor and add a boilerplate. Also, add a desktop client to work offline and later syncronize.

Source: Capterra
 

Jennifer from Opposomaic
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

June 2016

June 2016

Good for chromebooks

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I had some troubles, as a beginner, trying to use this program, but in the end I found it very useful.

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It works on a chromebook, and supports many languages, allowing you to put everything in one place and run it all at once

Cons

It can be hard to use and understand, as a beginner. Also, there is no input whrn running python without a work-around.

Advice to Others

Don't hesitate to ask for help online

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Alnoor from Mentorade
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

June 2016

June 2016

Really great platform!

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I use Codenvy to build my mentoring project and it works so well. I can connect to GitHub and login and save my repositories. As well as sign in with my Google/FB account to not give away too much information.

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Angel from Romansallure

June 2016

June 2016

Codenvy Is Amazing for students!

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Pros: Easy Registration , Share code, Backed up on cloud
Cons: The IDE doesn't have autocomplete.

Codenvy is pretty amazing for students. I'm able to share code and work on projects with my classmates with ease. I kind of don,t like how the IDE doesn't have a autocomplete feature but it helps a lot for student programs that are starting to learn how to code.

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gabri from duesottozero

June 2016

June 2016

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great companion for my brand new chromebook, the editor is neat and pretty. the github integration is a plus!
unfortunately it lacks in javascript ES6 syntax support, and the bitbucket integration could be more simple.
overall a great product, the best free online ide i've tried yet.

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Manav from N/A

June 2016

June 2016

It's nice but a bit complex

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Tried to use it but things were too complex. Usually when I use an IDE, it's all familiar and I can easily use them without any effort. But all cloud IDEs seem to be too complex for my small brain to operate. Try to make it user friendly so that even people's grandparents can figure it out. But overall it was the best of all the cloud IDEs.

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Toni from Unicorn Altelier

June 2016

June 2016

Love!

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I love that I don't need additional soft wear. Very easy to use!

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Peter from DresslerTech

May 2016

May 2016

Great Web IDE, missing FTP support

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Codenvy is a very good Web IDE that can be used to build multiple projects with your own virtual server. It has syntax highlighting, works with ChromeOS, and is quite powerful. Unfortunately I have a project which requires legacy FTP support which I cannot use in Codenvy because it is not supported. Codenvy does work very well for my SSH project though and it is my favorite UI out of all the current Web IDE options. If they add FTP support, I would switch from using multiple Web IDEs to just using Codenvy.

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JR from achickandaclick

May 2016

May 2016

Very easy to use

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many pros, few cons. A little hard to sort out the terminal; but other than that, it is very smooth.

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Todd from Westfall Media

May 2016

May 2016

Codenvy Rocks - Great for Mobile Teams

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Many moons ago I went to school to be a Computer Programmer Analyst. My Major was C++ with a minor in SQL and Java.

Currently my career path has taken me to become a System Administrator. I've been looking to get back into programming as I do some HTML5/CSS stuff on the side.

My personal company, I want to use more of a cloud based setup. I am considering purchasing Chromebooks as equipment and since the main framework we plan on using is Elm, I needed an environment that would support that. Enter Codenvy.

First off, it supports a ton of languages right off the hop. Even if I didn't want to use a framework, it has enough language support to get any project off the ground. The team based options are perfect and the support for adding frameworks like Elm are easy to follow.

I like how easy it is to create/import projects. You can import from GIT Repos, GITHUB, ZIP, or configuration files. Then you can export them back to the same sources. You can deploy the application from the IDE, you can even test/debug right from within the IDE.

I haven't spent a ton of time with it, but based on what I have, it's an amazing service that I hope does not go away anytime soon.

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Harry from EA

May 2016

May 2016

it is fluent although working online writing code

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I didn't write too much code yet, but feels it is a good experience.

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need several steps to setup. that stops a lot of people.

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William from Acc

May 2016

May 2016

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Amazing cloud development with great integrated tools even works with chrome books love it

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Joseph from Joseph Media Group

May 2016

May 2016

Java coding

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Pro: Easy to update dependencies and create workspaces

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Ming Han from Texas A&M University

May 2016

May 2016

Very Decent!

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I'm using Codenvy for developing ongoing personal apps, when not in my main development station. While it's really complete and effectively comfortable, it has it's limitations. The first that really struck me, is that you don't have search/replace. Other keyboard shortcuts are either obscure, or inexistent. For small projects, it's totally recommendable, but it may not be a great option for enterprise-grade projects.

Some pros and cons:

Pros: It's powerful. It's fast. It's efficient. On top of those, it's FREE!

Cons: Not user-friendly. Not suitable for beginners.

Source: Capterra