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Implementing OpenShift by Adam Miller

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IDE Integrations

Some developers enjoy their command-line editors, such as Vim or Emacs; some enjoy a graphical text editor targeted at developers, such as Gedit, Sublime Text, Kate, TextMate, or Notepad++, and others enjoy an IDE. An IDE is a piece of software used to develop software, often containing things such as build automation tools, debugging capabilities, compilers, interpreters, and often with a plugin ecosystem to provide extended functionality. Two examples of very popular IDEs are the Open Source IDE, named Eclipse, and Microsoft's Visual Studio. Continuing with the theme of offering developers as much choice as possible, not only does OpenShift offer command-line utilities and a web console, but also an IDE with built-in OpenShift ...

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