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Introducing Google Cloud Shell’s new code editor

Posted by Sachin Kotwani, Product Manager We’ve heard from a lot of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) users that they like to edit code and configuration files without leaving their browser. We're now making that easier by offering a new feature: an integrated code editor. The new code editor is based on Eclipse Orion, and is part of Google Cloud Shell, a command line interface to manage GCP resources.
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