Codeanywhere, a toolset provider for web development, announced its first acquisition this week. The company is acquiring Codebender, the Arduino playground. According to Codeanywhere, the acquisition will help accelerate its roadmap to introduce more developer tools that allow developers to develop anywhere, anytime and with anyone.
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If you were sad that Codebender had bit the dust, cheer up. A site called codeanywhere has acquired the online Arduino development environment and brought it back to life. In addition to the main Codebender site, the edu and blocks sites are also back on the air.
Codeanywhere, a cross platform cloud IDE for creating web apps and sites has acquired Codebender, another cloud IDE that enables users to develop for Arduino devices. This is Codeanywhere’s first acquisition and financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Codeanywhere, which we have been tracking since their appearance at Disrupt New York, has rewritten their Cloud IDE from the bottom up to address this speed issue.
Codeanywhere, one of the biggest players in the cloud development space, has raised $600,000 in a Series A investment capital from World Wide Web Hosting.
Codeanywhere, a self-proclaimed Google Docs for coders, got presented at Disrupt NY after the audience voted them the best company in Startup Alley.
Codeanywhere recently launched a new feature called Share Links, allowing users to collaborate on projects in real-time by sharing a link to their work.
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