Containers / Kubernetes / Open Source / Software Development

Codenvy on How the Language Server Protocol Could Help IDEs

5 Apr 2017 3:00pm, by

On today’s episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we spoke with Tyler Jewell and Brad Micklea from Codenvy, about the latest release of Codenvy’s cloud-based integrated development environment (IDE), and how it could greatly benefit team-based development. We later delve a bit more into how the Language Server Protocol, launched last year, could help developers use programming languages more effectively in their chosen IDEs. Lastly, we discussed Codenvy’s work with Red Hat on integrating with the Kubernetes open source orchestration engine.

How the Codenvy Language Server Protocol Helps IDEs

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1:01: What is Codenvy, and how it could be used?
7:13: The languages most used with Codenvy.
9:46: All about the Language Server Protocol.
12:21: Eclipse Che and its relationship to Codenvy.
13:48: New features of Codenvy 5.4.
16:55: Codenvy’s work with Red Hat on Kubernetes.

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