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Cloud9 IDE Presents Bitbucket Integration at Atlassian Summit

June 8, 2011 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Atlassian Summit 2011 -- Cloud9 IDE, Inc. (, the first cloud-based Integrated Development environment for web and mobile apps, today announced the beta launch of integrated support for Atlassian's Bitbucket code hosting service. The new facility gives developers access to the popular Mercurial distributed version control system (DVCS), with over 100,000 users. Users of Bitbucket's free code hosting can log in to Cloud9 using their account, and enjoy full Mercurial command line support.

"By offering Bitbucket's popular Mercurial distributed version control in addition to Git, cloud-based developers now have the ultimate in project management choice," said Cloud9 IDE CEO Ruben Daniels. "Mercurial is easy to learn, and offers our users the power and speed to efficiently handle projects of any size and kind."

Cloud9 IDE is poised to become the gateway to the cloud for web developers of every skill level. You can get started immediately with minimal TCO -- there is no environment to set up, and nothing to install on The Client. A large, active user community backs the new development environment -- the only online IDE to date. Cloud9 IDE gives developers full control over their environment, including enterprise options for private clouds, inside-firewall installations, and advanced cloud-based collaboration. An extension store for Cloud9 will open later this year, enabling easy integration with many other developer service vendors.

Cloud9 Bitbucket integration on display at Atlassian Summit 2011
Participants at Atlassian Summit 2011 are invited to meet with Cloud9 developers to see and discuss the new Bitbucket integration with Mercurial distributed version control.

About Cloud9 IDE
With 75 percent of websites using JavaScript and the explosion of mobile apps, Cloud9 IDE is leading the revolution with the first commercial development as a service (DaaS) for JavaScript, supporting HTML5, Python, Ruby, and PHP. To learn how Cloud9 IDE enables web and mobile developers to edit, share, and deploy millions of applications anywhere, anytime, please visit

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