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Nice Name for the IDE !
1. Eclipse supports plugins of all sorts. How does CodeEnvy compare?
2. Since Cloud based , what are the security issues that developers need to know?
3. It is mentioned that it is free for public projects. If I am going to develop a commercial application, I need to pay? The trend has been more open source these days. If yes, what makes it special so I pay for it?
4. What kind of support is available for questions / concerns / bugs? Established IDEs are well tested and there are forums, many developers who can answer questions in forums etc.

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Sudhakar
 
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