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  1. Think with me...
    I'm a fullstack dev, that uses Flutter to client-side and Node.js to the server-side.
    That's why I downloaded at my personal linux computer, the following CLIs: node, npm and flutter.
    But, when I started to try to use idx, I found an obstacle!
    The terminal doesn't allow me to use neither apt nor snap, to download flutter SDK to my workspace(that was created by a GitHub repo).
    So, I created another workspace, selecting "Flutter" this time.
    And now, I can't use node, because APT is not allowed!
    Neither sudo exists!

    (My terminal is bash)
    user@monospace-getz-1702146325587:~/myapp$ npm
    bash:…

    20 votes

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  2. Add support for bitbucket.
    This is fairly similar to add gitlab support:
    https://idx.uservoice.com/forums/953956-general/suggestions/46962415-add-gitlab-support

    Covering both gitlab & bitbucket covers the top 3 git hosting sites.
    A blocker before I try this for a personal project

    28 votes

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  3. Make a feature or improvement where we can preserve the IDE configurations like themes and other configurations.
    Once we log out from the IDE after 1 or 2 days, the theme resets, all the default configurations are reverted, and all the extensions are removed.

    9 votes

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  4. Deploying an iOS app to the app store currently requires Xcode to build the IPA file and then the macOS transporter app to drop the IPA file into App Store Connect. It would be great to give developers the ability to publish an iOS app (built with Flutter or another framework) to App Store without needing to drop down to local apps on a mac machine.

    19 votes

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  5. Need to have CICD for Apps where we can send the Apps to testers directly from IDE.

    Once the User Commits the Code to repo, We should be able generate the build and share the builds via diawi/test flight/ Firebase App Sharing. If possible send the builds itself via Telegram or Whatsapp.

    Thanks,
    Nizam

    2 votes

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