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Goal: Develop my application in my own Linux server, through a self-hosted IDE.

Requirements:

  • Open-source

  • Compatible with Linux servers

  • SSH Bash-like terminal (autocomplete it's the most important feature in terminal)

  • (Just to mention) Access it via a browser and/or application

  • To develop applications based solely in web technologies: JavaScript, NodeJS, PHP, HTML, CSS

Optional plus features:

  • Simple to install and configure

  • GitHub integration

  • Collaborative editing

  • Sublime Text key bindings (or option to customize key bindings)

What I already know:

  1. Codebox : Meets all requirements, but it's frozen since Corvisa's acquisition
  2. Codiad : Extremely simple, but collab. editing doesn't work anymore, it lacks sublime key bindings and development is almost frozen
  3. cloud9 (v2) / c9 (v3) : Respectively discontinued (v2) and not fully open source anymore (v3).
  4. Eclipse Orion : (please add details here, since there is almost no one in official website)
  5. Eclispe Che : (edited) It is online again and it is a possible candidate. Answer for it, if you want :)
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Eclipse Che is online again and is the only known option at the moment.

https://eclipse.org/che/

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Theia

Theia meets exactly all the mentioned requirements and much more.

You can run it on desktop and on cloud and it's open source. Incredible project!

https://www.theia-ide.org/

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