Code With Me On-premises Early Access
The most up-to-date information about Code With Me On Premises is availabe on our website.
A couple of weeks ago we announced an Early Access Program for Code With Me – our new tool for collaborative development and pair programming. We have now upgraded the Code With Me EAP with the ability to be installed and run on your own private network. This new functionality will make Code With Me usable for those companies and individuals who forbid code use or transfer outside of their networks for security or other reasons.
|THIS IS AN EARLY ACCESS VERSION OF THE FEATURE. BY TAKING PART IN THE EAP, YOU EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS VERSION MAY NOT BE RELIABLE, MAY NOT WORK AS INTENDED, AND MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. ANY USE OF THIS EAP FEATURE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.|
|NOTE: The early access version of Code With Me is free to use. However, we are working on flexible pricing and licensing plans to distribute Code With Me as a paid service for different JetBrains IDEs and editions in the future.|
The following documents will help you set Code With Me up on your own servers.
- Architecture overview and on-premises server quick setup – get familiar with the architecture of Code With Me and learn how to quickly set it up locally. Use this guide to get an overview and the benefits of hosting Code With Me. We recommend this setup for evaluation purposes only.
- Code With Me administration guide – step by step installation instructions for a private Code With Me server. Use this guide to properly and securely set up Code With Me on your own servers.
Note that this is our first implementation of Code With Me for on-premise servers. If you encounter any issues, please report them to our bug tracker.
We are eager to hear your feedback!
All the best and stay safe,
The Code With Me team
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