Tag: gitpod

March 25, 2021
Gitpod Cloud IDE is now allowing sudo in runtime

Gitpod is now allowing sudo in runtime. After waiting for quite some time, now they give it. What does it mean to users? We don’t need to create a new workspace to add one or two small packages we need. It saves our hours. How to activate this feature? Please keep in mind this feature is still in beta. Here’s hoping they’ll launch it as a standard feature soon. Unfortunately, they don’t give any estimate on how long we have to wait for its release.

April 1, 2020
Sync up Heroku Postgres to local Postgres on Gitpod IDE

Background story I plan to move one of my client projects to Gitpod Cloud IDE. It’s using Rails 2.3.6 (actually I’ve upgraded it to 2.3.8). For running the live site, it’s using Heroku. So, it makes sense to install Heroku CLI (or Heroku Toolbelt or whatever its name is) on the IDE. Here’s my story how I sync Heroku Postgres to Gitpod Postgres This post assumes you, the readers, are familiar with Heroku CLI, running terminal, and Gitpod Cloud IDE.

March 27, 2020
My efforts to install Ruby 2.3.6 on Gitpod

Gitpod is the only IDE that’s integrating seamlessly with Github. However, by default, they only provide the latest Ruby 2.5 and 2.6. It is good to always provide Ruby’s latest version. It’s an ideal approach. Unfortunately, the web development project is not that ideal. One of my client’s project is still requiring Ruby 2.3.6 for various reasons I can’t describe here. So, how to install Ruby 2.3.6 on Gitpod IDE?

October 18, 2019
What you need to know about Gitpod if you’re Github user

First, Gitpod and Github are different companies. But Gitpod service will make your Github experience more delightful. Here is what you need to know about Gitpod if you’re Github user like me. The only cloud IDE which works seamlessly with Github It’s the only cloud IDE which works seamlessly with the Github repository. At least, that’s what I know when I write this post. If you need to run that git clone blah blah on the other IDE to clone the codes from Github repo, it’s not the case with Gitpod.

September 4, 2019
Valuable things that make Gitpod.io service interesting

As I’ve told you on the previous post, I began to explore its valuable features after I got the **Unlimited ** plan from Gitpod.io team. Here are the valuable things that make Gitpod.io service interesting, after I do my exploration. Seamless Github integration This is the first feature I explore. I wonder how well it’s integrating to Github platform. I start with the registration process. After I click that Get started button on their pricing page, I get a Github sign-in page.

August 28, 2019
Got nice surprises from Gitpod team

Gitpod is the only cloud IDE that integrates seamlessly with Github. At least that’s what I know when I am writing this. Here’s how I got nice surprices from Gitpod team. How I found Gitpod I found it almost a year ago. At that time, Amazon acquired Cloud9.io, the cloud IDE I used to work. I used its free plan since it’s already provided me with one private workspace. However, I predicted that some days, they’re going to change it.

June 2, 2019
Gitpod as the alternative Cloud IDE

As of now, it’s still in public BETA (so no prices) – according to their official representative. Gitpod, which is said to extend GitHub, is an online integrated development environment (IDE). So basically, it’s a cloud IDE. Therefore, let’s find out: Is Gitpod good enough as the alternative Cloud IDE? Gitpod promises to provide the user with a fully working development environment. What? Another cloud IDE? Gitpod says that it doesn’t aim at replacing desktop development because admit it, nothing beats the old school user interface.