I have a question in addition to this. I figured out that making a workspace public is necessary to be able to view the compiled application outside of the preview in cloud9.
I don’t like the cloud9 preview for 3 reasons. First, it only serves the compiled code through https and my Emberjs app communicates with a http API. This doesn’t go well together. Second, I like to use split pane view for coding, but this means I have to show the preview on one of the sides, while I prefer to have it full with. And last, I want to be able to use the Chrome DevTools for debugging my application and this doesn’t work well in the cloud9 preview.
Making the workspace public so I can see the compiled code in an isolated browser tab is the solution I guess but I do not want other c9 member to able to see my source code, since it’s a commercial application for a client I’m working on.
Any suggestions how to go about this?