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Kite wants to be every developer's pair-programming buddyMost integrated development environments (IDEs) and text editors are full of useful features, but, for the most part, they aren't connected to the Internet. Because of this, developers often have to switch context to Google the solution to a problem or look at a language's manual.
Kite, a cloud-powered developer environment, takes flight on Windows and MacA typical developer workflow involves switching back and forth between project (usually in a code editor or IDE) and documentation (usually in a web browser). Kite is a heads-up display (HUD) that puts an end to this context switching by surfacing "proven engineering knowledge in a live internet-connected environment."