IDE on the Cloud — AWS Cloud9

  • Real-time collaboration and chat
  • Connect via SSH and FTP
  • Goto File- fast file access
  • Adaptive Themes
  • Code Folding- folding arrows allow you to collapse code
  • Multiple cursors- add a cursor to the rows above and below the current line
  • Command-Line- command-line is your shortcut to a ton of useful features, like “mkdir”, “npm”, “git” and “zen”
  • Git and Mercurial support
  • Seamless Node.js Integration
  • Store your project’s files locally on the instance or server.
  • Clone a remote code repository — such as a repo in AWS CodeCommit — into your environment.
  • Work with a combination of local and cloned files in the environment.
  • Go to https://aws.amazon.com.
  • Choose Sign In to the Console.
  • Choose to Create a new AWS account.
  • Complete the process by following the on-screen directions. This includes giving AWS your email address and credit card information. You must also use your phone to enter a code that AWS gives you.
  • Open the AWS Cloud9 console, at https://console.aws.amazon.com/cloud9/.
  • Enter the email address for your AWS account, and then choose Next.
  • Note: If an email address is already displayed and it’s the wrong one, choose Sign in to a different account. Enter the correct email address, and then choose Next.
  • Enter the password for your AWS account, and then choose Sign In.

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