AWS Cloud9 is a cloud-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) recently launched by Amazon which can be used for writing, running, and debugging code in a browser. It is probably the first cloud -native IDE to work with AWS code and includes a code editor, terminal, and a debugger.
AWS Cloud 9 provides you a flexibility to run your dev environment on a managed AWS EC2 instance or even on an existing Linux server which supports SSH. It allows you to write, run, and debug applications with just a browser and eliminated the requirement to install or maintain a local IDE.
Collaborating with your team becomes easier as AWS Cloud9 allows you to share your development environment with others. While working in AWS Cloud9, your team members can see each other type in real-time, and instantly chat with one another from within the IDE. You can even share your terminal with them!
Unfortunately, Cloud 9 is not yet available for Canada (Central) region and is only launched in the following regions (but you can still use it by creating it in another region) :
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