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Google Cloud Shell now includes a browser-based text editor

Google today announced that it has added a web-based text editor to its Google Cloud Shell tool for managing Google public cloud resources from the Google Cloud Platform’s online console. As a result, you can now easily make changes to files kept in the Cloud Shell. While the underlying virtual machine is temporary, files are […]
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