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CodeHub is an open source project hosted on GitHub itself. As such, it's driven by the feedback from users themselves and is constantly under change and improvements.
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Codenvy "Factory" feature enables developers to create temporary IDE workspaces with full code, build, test, deploy, and collaboration functionality that can be shared with a URL. Multiple people can work in the same workspace making code reviews and teaching simpler and faster. And there's no limit to collaborators.
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Termite is most suited to a tiling window manager with a simple config file.
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Org mode for Emacs
Emacs runs on all platforms, Windows, Linux, OSX, even Android and IOS
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Customizable workflows/plugins that can be added to enhance functionality.
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Vi/vim exists on almost all Unix-like platforms. It's the de-facto Unix editor and is easily installed on Windows. All you need to make it work is a text-based connection, so it works well for remote machines with slow connections, or when you're too lazy to set up a VNC/Remote Desktop connection.
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There are multiple ways to sort emails with Airmail. You can sort by unread, starred, attachments, conversations, dates and many more criteria. You can even combine different criteria together.
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You can share lists and tasks with others via email or Facebook. This allows you to set group tasks and lists. When one person completes the task, they can check it off and it shows as completed for every other team member.
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Qt Creator has a code model which basically has the same information as the compiler. So it can do really nice syntax highlighting (e.g. of virtual methods or local variables) as well as provide great code completion.
The prediction engine of SwiftKey is continuously being improved by using data from social networks, text messages or even emails from the user's device. Predictions appear above the keyboard as soon as a letter is typed. By adjusting to the user's writing habits and style, it really helps to save time when writing.
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The traveling case is small and provides room for spare batteries and other components. This makes it pretty portable, for those that can't or don't want to leave their headphones at work.
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There are many customization options and possibilities to tweak the desktop, including widgets.
CodeLite is licensed under GPL with source code available on GitHub.
The goal of MATE is to maintain the look and feel of Gnome 2, while maintaining compatibility with Gnome 3. To that end, it has also forked and renamed many of Gnome's core applications. It benefits from the years of work and polish that have gone into Gnome project, and has already been adopted as one of the default environments for Linux Mint.
Every aspect of GNOME 3 has been crafted to fit together as a harmonious whole, so that it offers a consistent and integrated experience.
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Taiga is licensed under GPL with source code available on GitHub.
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IQTell is much more than a to-do list, it’s a robust productivity tool.
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