What is Koding?
Koding is a feature rich cloud-based development environment complete with free VMs, an attractive IDE & sudo level terminal access!
Koding is a tool in the Cloud IDE category of a tech stack.
Who uses Koding?
5 companies reportedly use Koding in their tech stacks, including Aktiv.io, Magnific Technology LLC, and TE Bilişim.
70 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Koding.
Why developers like Koding?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Koding
- Free virtual machine (VM) with Ubuntu, root access, apt-get, and many commonly used tools
- Built-in Terminal with 256-color support
- All languages, databases, and command-line tools are supported
- Various file upload options such as Drag & Drop, Dropbox, Clone from Github, FTP and the ability to access them using SSH
- Real-time code and terminal collaboration with integrated chat abilities
- Subdomains serve PHP, Perl, Python via Apache, and additional ports are available for other web apps
- Additional VMs can be purchased and shared with group members
- Unlimited user-defined domains and subdomains for private or shared VMs
- Ability to signup with Github, and link account to oDesk and Facebook
Koding Alternatives & Comparisons
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