I enjoy the customizability of the workspace and the dynamic structure of the IDE. Being able to run customized Linux commands with a single click has proven to be very helpful. Not only is it dynamic, but it also has a very clean aesthetic.
What do you dislike?
I dislike the inability to have custom workspace commands when running a file, such as being able to run the current open python file and what not. Setting up the IDE takes a little more effort than it should, and the IDE has a very long loading time, as opposed to others.
Recommendations to others considering the product
If you have a language or module that is not immediately available as a quick option, using an empty project and having custom commands in the Linux command line will act as a custom project. Using Eclipse Che is extremely easy and requires minimal setup. The built-in file linter is very helpful when meeting format standards, such as PEP-008 for Python.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I no longer need to look for a platform or IDE on the cloud to edit from and can run anything due to the advanced Linux shell. I can install packages and other tools depending on the language and external modules for specified projects.
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