With 12 years of experience, the Codeanywhere team is a testament to the power of consistency. Codeanywhere is enabling an increased productivity environment with an all-new editor which now supports the vast amount of VS Code extensions and supported languages.
In this post we'll guide you on how to to run an X11 desktop on your Codeanywhere Container. This will give you a mechanism to develop and test native desktop applications from Codeanywhere. Install the following packages: $ sudo apt-get update
Codeanywhere was first and foremost built with the vision of working from anywhere. Although maybe a bit ahead of our time, remote work has over the years swiftly become a norm, especially during the pandemic. According to the U.S.
When we started working on what would later become Codeanywhere, more than a decade ago, the idea of a cloud-based code editor was fresh and we quickly gained initial users. We named the project PHPanywhere and we were focused on
Since the article Start writing ECMAScript 6 ready code with Codeanywhere on our blog gained significant interest we decided to write more on writing ECMAScript 6 ready code. This time we will discuss some topics that is confusing to most
We are excited to announce our partnership with Cloud 66! Cloud 66 helps Ruby developers build, configure and manage their own servers on any cloud to power their web applications. Cloud 66 + Codeanywhere Using Codeanywhere it extremely easy to develop
We’re very excited today to announce two new features that will change the way you collaborate with your fellow developers: Share Links and Pair Programming. Share Links generates a unique URL that you can easily send to anyone you
Last month we released an update to our DevBox service that allowed you the choice of Linux distribution (Ubuntu or CentOS) for each of our predefined stacks and we are really excited to announce the next important update to the
We are excited to announce big updates to our DevBox service. Now you have a choice of multiple linux distributions, both CentOS and Ubuntu for each development stack. Also, all predefined stacks have been upgraded with lots of tools and