When we started the Chrome Dev Editor project, our goal was to prove that a native app as sophisticated as an IDE can be built on the Chrome platform. In building the Chrome Dev Editor, we have pushed the Chrome Apps platform forward for all developers by introducing new features such as directory write support and improving existing features such as syncable file system. As we achieved that goal and as Chrome DevTools has been improving continuously, we felt it made less sense to continue investment in Chrome Dev Editor. To that effect, we’ve decided to stop our active investment in Chrome Dev Editor and we don’t plan on further development. However, we’ll do our best to merge your Pull Requests from our GitHub site. Many thanks for your feedback and support.
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- I don't think the dev editor can be salvaged. For coding from chromeOS I recommend using Google's Cloud Shell Code Editor. It's actually really nice and soon you'll be able to run Android Studio on ChromeOS There is a little write up on Cloud Shell Code Editor here: cloud.google.com - Features | Cloud Shell | Google Cloud13w
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