DevSpaces is a cloud-based, dockerized development environment that you can get up and running in minutes.

Developers and managers can quickly set up fully configured, high- performance standardized environments—DevSpaces—and share with their team members to prevent environment disparity.
What’s best is that you can continue to code in the familiar environment of your IDE and dev tools. They are seamlessly synced with your DevSpaces in the cloud.

Get your cloud-based, containerized development environment up and running in minutes.



Quickly set up a powerful development environment

With DevSpaces, you don’t have to spend days to set up complex dev environments. Your high-performance, containerized environment in the cloud will be ready in minutes.

Use predefined setups or create from scratch

Get started quickly with predefined setups for Python, Node.js, and Spring Boot. You can also create DevSpaces from scratch using configuration files from Kubernetes. DevSpaces helps you create a docker template for the entire dev team to standardize common software development operations so new developers can be productive right away.

Easily log in from the CLI

Use your GitHub account to log into your DevSpaces from the CLI. Enterprise users can also use their existing corporate Active Directory for authentication. Managers can control the level of access to team resources.

Enjoy a seamless local and cloud experience

The DevSpaces Server running in the cloud optimizes the execution of cloud-based jobs to complete tasks like build generation faster. It also frees up the local workstation so the developer can be productive.

Easily share with team members and contributors

Both managers and individual developers can easily share fully configured, high-performance development environments using a share URL or social badge (Wiki or GitHub).

Easily share your DevSpaces

You can send email invites to other developers. You can also add a DevSpaces badge on your Wiki and GitHub page for new users to directly launch a workspace for that repo.

Set up DevSpaces for your team

Provide a consistent, reusable set of DevSpaces with full access to all team members. Managers have full control over their team setup; they can start and stop DevSpaces, install updates, add and remove developers, and share DevSpaces.

Get automatic desktop notifications

Notifications automatically alert you to relevant activities, including builds that are completed, starting a DevSpaces, stopping a DevSpaces, joining a team, acceptance of share requests, and update of DevSpaces by other users.

Work locally in your favorite IDE

Work locally in the familiar environment of your favorite desktop IDE and SCM. Code changes you make are automatically synced to your DevSpaces in the cloud.

View real-time results of cloud jobs

Easily kick off the execution of cloud workloads from your familiar local IDE and view the real-time results of the cloud jobs as they execute.

The DevSpaces Client seamlessly synchronizes changes from a developer’s User directory to the Workspace running in the cloud. No need to even commit the code before doing a build. You can trigger a build anytime you want, just as you do in your local IDE today.

If your build, test run, or application creates files, they are seamlessly synchronized to your local workstation for inspection if needed.

Experience the efficiency of the cloud and docker with the freedom to code in your favorite IDE.



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    All your queries, answered

    Please use the option on the DevSpaces website to request for a quote. We will connect with you on priority.

    You can try DevSpaces free for 14 days and see for yourself how the efficiency it brings without taking away the freedom to code in your favorite IDE.

    Once you have got access, log in with GitHub and go through a short wizard to set up your DevSpaces. Or simply accept a sharing request to start using that DevSpaces. That simple!

    Yes, you can continue to code in your favorite IDE. All changes are automatically synced to your DevSpaces in the cloud. What’s best, the sync is bidirectional.