A Codenvy white label is the ability to embed Codenvy within another product, or to customize Codenvy with your own extensions or brand identity. You may add extensions for the IDE or workspaces, remove default extensions (such as the Node.JS debugger), modify the user interface and create custom integrations to other tools.

OEM License

White labelling requires an OEM license. The free Fair Source 3 license that ships with Codenvy and our enterprise license do not provide redistribution rights. Please contact to obtain an OEM license.

Extending Codenvy

White label licensees often wish to add new features to Codenvy. This can be done by creating Eclipse Che extensions and plugins which will work with Codenvy or Eclipse Che. Eclipse Che docs include an extensive section on building extensions and plugins.

Creating Custom Assemblies

If you create custom Eclipse Che extensions that you want to deploy within Codenvy, you will need to create a custom assembly . A custom assembly is a new Codenvy binary that is runnable by our Docker infrastructure. It’s simple and easy to build one.

Modifying the User Interface

It’s possible to customize nearly any portion of the user interface, however there are several customizations that are commonly requested.

All branding is located in dashboard/src/assets/branding: - codenvy-logo.svg is used in loading screens. - codenvy-logo-text.svg is displayed in the left navbar’s menu at the top.

To change the logo replace those two files with your organization’s logo (match the size of the existing codenvy.svg files to avoid resizing issues). Then set the links to them in product.json file:

"logoFile": "my-corp-logo.svg\n"logoTextFile": "my-corp-logo-text.svg"

The product.json file is also where you can change the Codenvy title and Favicon files.

The Help menu button in the footer can be changed in the dashboard/src/assets/branding/product.json file:

"helpPath": "\n"helpTitle": "Help"

Removing the Codenvy Loader

To remove the loader from the splash screen, delete the appropriate lines in: - index html, line 64 - load-factory.html, line 66

Changing the Left Navbar

The colors of the navigation menu are configured in navbar-theme.styl:

$onprem-navbar-backgroud-color #background color of the menu
$onprem-navbar-active-menu-background-color #background color of selected menu item
$onprem-navbar-border-right-color #color of the right border of selected item
$onprem-navbar-menu-icon-color #menu icon’s color
$onprem-navbar-active-menu-icon-color #selected menu item's color
$onprem-navbar-menu-text-color - #text color of menu item
$onprem-navbar-active-menu-text-color - #text color of selected menu item
$onprem-navbar-menu-number-color #color of number in brackets
$onprem-navbar-recent-workspaces-stopped-color - #recent workspaces items color in stopped state\

Removing the “Make a Wish” Widget

This widget is configured to send emails to Codenvy with the comments written by users. To remove this widget in the footer, remove the che-support-email attribute in the che-footer element in the index.html:

#remove this section
<che-footer id="codenvyfooter" che-support-help-path="" che-support-help-title="" che-support-email="" che-product-name="Codenvy" ng-show="waitingLoaded && !showIDE"></che-footer>

Alternatively you can leave the widget but change the link to point to your own organization’s email by changing the helpPath and supportEmail attributes in the product.json file.