Github Codespaces Vs. Gitpod: Choosing the Best Online Code Editor | Hacker Noon

Both Gitpod and Github Codespaces are cloud-based code editors, with attached Linux dev environment servers, for running terminal tasks. Gitpod removes long init and build times by continuously pre-building workspaces for your project. GitHub Codespaces is only free for personal use during its beta period, which might change in the future, for Github Teams and Organizations there is a pay-as-you-go pricing setup. The Codespaces Github integration is great, and Github has a better extension store, Gitpod supports Bitbucket, and Gitlab, and is Open-Source.

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