Hocus is a self-hosted application that spins up ready-to-code, disposable development environments on your own servers in seconds. You define your dev environments as code and launch them instantly from your browser. It's a self-hosted alternative to Gitpod and Github Codespaces.
Hocus is integrated with any Git provider that supports the SSH protocol, like GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, or Gitea. It prebuilds dev environments on every commit for all branches like a CI system, enabling your team members to start coding with fresh, fully-configured dev environments right away. Whether you're fixing a bug, building a new feature, or conducting a code review, Hocus has you covered.
Looks pretty simple and useful.
Typescript with keycloak for auth and postgres for db. Uses temporal for "microservice orchestration", which I admit I don't know exactly what that means.