An offline enabled development environment that works directly on js-git databases
Tedit is a development environment built around the idea of editing git repositories directly as if they were the filesystem.
In this new development environment, the programmer never interacts with the file system or command-line. (State is stored locally using chrome storage and IndexedDB.)
Tedit is now MIT licensed and will always have a free option for people who can't afford (or aren't willing) to pay for it.
Current features include:
- Mounting local bare git repos (including repos with packed objects and refs).
- Mounting github repositories and editing them directly.
- Unified workspace as local git repository in app.
- Full virtual filesystem editing including files, symlinks, trees, submodules, executable bit. You can create, delete, rename, move, copy, even between different remote repositories.
- Create commits to snapshot the filesystem state and publish when mounted from github.
- Live export feature with declarative build system that allows building chrome apps on chromebooks.
- Local webserver with same build system for offline web app development.
- Full keyboard navigation of tree with typedown filtering.
- Quick toggling between recently opened files.
Tedit is self-hosting. I use it exclusively to develop and build itself.