Cloud9 is a web-based IDE good for collaboration and online development. You can store your large project on the remote server, and use any computer including netbook with a web browser to develop your system.
Now, the problem I faced when using C9 on my Chromium. Firstly, the address bar, tabs, and bookmarks occupy some space in the window. This results a non-editor look and feel. This makes me feel lacking of something. Secondly, the worst part is the shortcut key like Ctrl+W. By pressing this shortcut key, it will invoke the web browser closing window instead of the C9 shortcut key. Meaning, the shortcut key of the web browser has higher precedence than C9 itself.
I looked for the C9 official Chrome extension, namely Cloud9, but it just works like a bookmark. I tried also Cloud 9 IDE Shortcut. It works better than official Cloud9 Chrome extension. Yet, I need to enter my username and password for the first time. Another drawback is the missing of the window icons like minimize, maximize/restore, and close, and title bar, which results difficulty to resize and maximize/restore.
Looks for some solutions. The easiest way is to invoke
Yay! Now I can use the shortcut keys and it looks like native text editor!
If you are serious, you can write the manifest.json to create the C9 web app, then you can have a custom icon instead of Chromium icon.