Porting Visual Studio to web

Hyper IDE is arguably Visual Studio for web. For the record, I don’t mean that literally, since (obviously) it’s a different codebase, and in fact not built upon any Visual Studio code at all – But it allows you to perform most of the things you’d normally use Visual Studio for, except it allows you to do it through your browser, on an iPhone for that matter, if you wish.

It contains support for 100+ programming languages, and provides you with at least some level of AutoCompletion and Syntax Highlighting in all of these languages. It also displays syntax errors for you, such as when you forgot to close an HTML tag, or something. It also features a very important difference to Visual Studio, which is that it’s Open Source. Both of these integral differences has a lot of advantages. For one, you can literally code from anywhere, as long as you’ve setup a server with Hyper IDE, and you have access to a browser and an internet connection.

I created Hyper IDE, and I would love to have your input about it. If you would like to start BETA testing it, I would appreciate that a lot. Download it here, it literally installs in seconds. Or check out a video demonstrating it at my previous blog.


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