Google Cloud Shell -Part 2 Installing Cloud9

Installing Cloud9

In Part 1, we installed rclone, in this article we will install AWS Cloud9 IDE.

git clone cloud9
cd cloud9

That is it — installation will stay between sessions, as long as you access your shell at least once in 120 days.

Starting Web IDE

You need to start Cloud9 on port 8080, or any other, which GCS provides you for web preview:

cd cloud9
node server.js -p 8080 -l -a : &
to avoid session expiration run
watch ls -n 15

Installing additional SDKs

You can also add different Google Cloud SDKs — examples bellow are for Firebase SDK

More details can be found here
Now you can enjoy developing using both AWS and Google Firebase SDKs




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