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re: Theia 1.0 - Finally a Good Browser IDE VIEW POST

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re: Yes, that one is really good as well. But unfortunately not open-source and less extensible, so not so great for adopters.
 

Yes, visual studio online is extremely good, though the source code of the product is not in the open - some of the components of the product is open source. Monaco and VS Code are owned by Microsoft and they are open-sourced. There are a lot of extensibility points/ APIs, so you can extend it as you want. It is scalable and connects seamlessly with many source code repositories such as GitHub, Azure Repo etc. And connecting with VS Code is amazing - remote -connection, liveshare, better debugging experience and can handle massive workloads.

I would not understand what you meant by "not so great for adopters"? What do you mean by "adopters"?

I would not understand what you meant by "not so great for adopters"? What do you mean by "adopters"?

I mean other organisations and products who would invent new things on top of existing open-source code, i.e. using Theia as a foundation for their tools.

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