Eclipse Che works with any single or multi-container runtime. Use an image from DockerHub, your own private registry or one of the included Che images... Read More
Workspace runtimes are Docker-powered. Use our all-in-one stacks, pull from any registry, or author your own. Snapshot and embed runtimes into... Read More
A no-installation browser IDE and IOE accessible from any local or remote device. Thin, fast, and beautiful - it's the IDE our own engineers wanted... Read More
Access the workspace file system from your desktop IDE. Using Che remotely? You can mount the Che workspace over SSH. Read More
Use Che as an IDE for any framework or programming language. Take your projects and runtimes anywhere with workspace portability and cloud export.
Embed Che in your own product and control it with APIs. Samsung, SAP and Red Hat use custom assemblies to create great developer experiences.
We are building a world where anyone can contribute to a project without installing software. Che defines a new type of workspace that is composed of projects and runtimes, making its state distributable, portable and versionable. We use VMs, containers, and Web services to bring repeatability, consistency, and performance to workspaces.
Che’s browser IDE is built on an extensible plug-in platform that enables panels, menus, wizards, popups and tools. With an Orion editor experience, server-side RESTful code intellisense, and distributable workspaces, the developer experience and non-blocking performance will surprise you. Read about how we do this more in our documentation, or check out our extension builder's guide.
The Che server controls the lifecycle of workspaces and can be customized with plug-ins. Any client can communicate with the workspace server and any spawned workspaces. Read more in our documentation, or see all the features.
Workspaces are isolated and personal spaces for developer work. Whether developers use an API, browser, CLI, or SSH to access a workspace, their projects are synchronized and kept consistent. Plug-ins enable service injection into workspaces based upon project type, making every workspace tailored to the projects it manages. Read more in our documentation.
Syntax highlighting, stacks, templates, and code assistants.
Project types, scaffold tool integration, and syntax analysis.
Builders to manage unit tests, compilation, linking, and dependencies.
Extensions that integrate the IDE with other parts of the developer tool chain.
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