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Why I want a group IDE vs. an Ajax code editor

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Kunal Anand wants an Ajaxian Code Editor.

When you read on, you quickly find that whether it is Ajax or not isn’t the issue. The issue is that he wants a more “live” experience in his group coding.

This is something that keeps coming back.

Now-a-days, a lot of coders are lucky enough to have multiple monitors (or monitor + laptop screen).

When I am plugged in, my laptop screen becomes a dashboard. That is where I have my email, my calendar, etc. On my main screen I have my code and real work.

I would like to see apps grokking that this is a growing setup.

Imagine if my IDE had a panel that I could move over to my dashboard screen that had IM windows for people in my team, and I can see what they are coding. Live. Then we can chat (text/voice) and iterate together. You can bring in, or ignore various people on the team to not bug eachother, etc etc.

You would truly feel like the entire team is running fast getting stuff done, and multitasking at the same time.

3 Responses to “Why I want a group IDE vs. an Ajax code editor”

  1. Greg Says:

  2. ajaxide Says:

    Recommand a Visual AJAX IDE

    It’s the best powerful visual AJAX IDE I’ve seen before. You can develope your web application in it just like what you do in VB or Delphi based on its powerful AJAX components libs. And it also support sourceinsight and it’s compatible with IE, Firefox…. Above of all, it’s unrelevant with server side.

    Here is free trial.

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