I evaluated a few, not for very long admittedly, but found all of them to be too slow.
Fundamentally, doing this stuff professionally means your workstation and tooling (ide or editor or whatever) needs to be an extension of you for you to be able to function efficiently and keep a good flow going. Some of this is muscle memory on keyboard layout and shortcuts, most of it (imo) is responsiveness and ui latency. If the ui cant respond faster than you notice it then it just hurts too much to create stuff effectively.
Hence, for me at least, native ide is important. Even if it syncs to a remote host on save for compile/preview/run (so long as it consistently does that quicker than i can alt+tab).
I love that integrated environments are available online, and i love the portability of that. But i just dont think it can be fast enough for serious development.