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Check out the website Koding.io to start koding.
Is extremely powerfull!! I used it just as a browser terminal.
Take this exerpt here from koding.io:
>>>In 2015 we released KD, a way to connect your own VMs to Koding; it was a huge success. More than half of our weekly active users connected their VMs from Digital Ocean, AWS, and Azure, back to Koding. This meant that our active users didn’t need a free VM service, and that being able to access their own VMs as easily as logging in to Koding, was more important. We launched KD to enable this connection for free and logged over 1.5 VMs connected per user on average. For the new Koding, we rebuilt the entire architecture of the platform so that you are able to bring your own cloud credentials and provision your own stack using any size VMs (previously limited to only the t2.micro).
Remove Confusion, and have a clear message
1- Koding is an Online IDE Dev. Environment Automation platform.
We never wanted to be called an Online IDE. We have always wanted developers to use their own IDEs, and now, they can do just that. We never thought a single IDE would unite all developers anyway, and being browser-only can be a huge pain point. A web IDE is great for collaboration but as a developer, you want Sublime, Eclipse, IntelliJ etc. Their feature-set cannot be rewritten into one tool.
We saw in our usage data that, outside of collaboration, developers return to their desktop IDEs, and we needed to support that use-case. With KD (our binary) you can mount every server that you access on Koding; for the first time you can have them locally available. (btw It’s amazing - it’s not ssh or ftp, read more here) Create VMs in the cloud, or on your localhost using Vagrant & Virtualbox, and use Koding with your local IDEs.
Lets break it down what is Vagrant?