For our third edition of DevX Digest, we talk about the psychology behind developer experience.
Thanks Microsoft for open-sourcing VS Code Server
Background story about the last four years improving the editing experience of Cloud IDEs.
This is a story about a cake. Following a long-standing tradition in technology, we decided to send an edible Gitpod workspace to GitHub's San Francisco office.
GitLab now has a Gitpod button on MR pages
For our second edition of DevX Digest, we talk about moving software development to the cloud.
Stop maintaining your local developer environment. Instead, automate the setup once and use a new environment for each task you work on - available in seconds and always ready-to-code.
While Gitpod can seamlessly integrate into your workflow in the vast majority of cases, there are times where you may want to access a workspace from localhost
As part of Gitpod’s Open-Source Sustainability Fund initiative attendees of DevX Conf were able to decide where USD 10,000 of funds (the profits from DevX Conf plus an additional donation by Gitpod) were to be distributed. Here's the breakdown how the fund was split and our retrospective on running our first-ever conference.
Until now, you installed VS Code extensions in Gitpod by drag-and-dropping `.vsix` files into your workspace. Today, we're excited to introduce a
To celebrate Open Source and Hacktoberfest, we're stoked 🧙✨🥰 to announce contribute.dev, a list of welcoming open-source projects.
Every day developers waste millions of hours switching contexts between projects and branches, setting up developer environments, or
Once your developer environment is freed from manual setup procedures it can do work even while you are not. We call this continuous
Nowadays, there are many collaborative platforms for showcasing JS code snippets and frameworks. Most of them run in your browser, some even
Whenever you want to share a reproducible example on StackOverflow or an issue report, providing real code that can be quickly tried