This is the light weight version of Symfony Console




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  • Establish a platform to build IDE-like products
  • Provide the end-user with a full-fledged multi-language IDE (not just a smart editor)
  • Support equally the paradigm of Cloud IDE and Desktop IDE
  • Provide support for multiple languages via the language and debug server protocols
  • Provide modern GUI with javascript UI libraries

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    A visual debugger leveraging the Debug Server Protocol defined by the VS Code team.

  • Plug-in System

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  • Workbench Improvements

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  • Test Adapter Support

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    We will further work on simplifying Theia and its UI / UX, improve the performance and keep working on bug reports that are rolling in.

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    Any contributors might want to work on additional things. At least this happened in 2017 and is likely to increase with a growing community. :)