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Cloud9 IDE (or any "cloud" IDE) and Digital Ocean

  • Posted March 6, 2014

Is it possible to use Cloud9 or another “cloud” based IDE with Digital Ocean? Ideally I’d like to use my Digital Ocean VPS as a development platform while using my Chromebook. Does anyone have experience with this

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I did it once with docker. Install docker, then install the cloud9 dockerfile.

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Cloud9 supports connecting to DigitalOcean VMs out of the box. Check out this blog post and video for a step by step guide https://c9.io/site/blog/2014/09/digitalocean/.

The official documentation about this feature is at https://docs.c9.io/run_your_own_workspace.html.

Cloud9 supports connecting to DigitalOcean VMs out of the box. Check out this blog post and video for a step by step guide https://c9.io/site/blog/2014/09/digitalocean/.

The official documentation about this feature is at https://docs.c9.io/run_your_own_workspace.html.

You can easily connect Cloud9 to a Digital Ocean VM. There is a good documentation how to do it at <br> <br>https://docs.c9.io/run_your_own_workspace.html

Hi, <br> <br>You can checkout www.sourcelair.com, where you can set up DigitalOcean deployment in 6-steps (s.lair.io/blog-deploy-digital-ocean). That means that you can use this feature to push your code to your DigitalOcean server, with a single click. <br> <br>This might fit your needs.

There is HiveMind, you can find a quick install guide here: <br> <br>http://blog.crudzilla.com/2014/04/hivemind-on-digital-ocean-droplet.html