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Is there a good Javascript development environment?

What kind of dev environment do you guys recommend
for developing Javascript code?

I'm thinking more about the situation where one is
working on libraries or larger bodies of code not
related to particular HTML pages.

Is there any editors/environments that "Knows"
Javascript, so that it can do syntax hilighting, code
completion, running and testing functions et.c.
before one plugs them into the HTML-pages and start
using them.

TIA...

--
Dag.

Feb 21 '08 #1
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Dag Sunde wrote:
What kind of dev environment do you guys recommend
for developing Javascript code?
Padded cell with methamphetamine and sedative drip.
I'm thinking more about the situation where one is
working on libraries or larger bodies of code not related to particular
HTML pages.
Increase the sedative.
>
Is there any editors/environments that "Knows" Javascript, so that it
can do syntax hilighting, code
completion, running and testing functions et.c.
before one plugs them into the HTML-pages and start using them.
Thats generally *your* job, and the reason why you need the amphetamines ;-)
TIA...
Feb 21 '08 #2
On Feb 21, 3:30 pm, "Dag Sunde" <m...@dagsunde.comwrote:
What kind of dev environment do you guys recommend
for developing Javascript code?

I'm thinking more about the situation where one is
working on libraries or larger bodies of code not
related to particular HTML pages.

Is there any editors/environments that "Knows"
Javascript, so that it can do syntax hilighting, code
completion, running and testing functions et.c.
before one plugs them into the HTML-pages and start
using them.

TIA...

--
Dag.
Try Aptana Studio with spket or JSEclipse
Feb 21 '08 #3
DS
I have been using Zend Studio Pro these past few years, not only for PHP,
but also for javascript and Java.
However, lately I've decided I'm sick of paying $149 per year for
nonexistent support and zero bugfixes from Zend, so I'm going to move
over to using Komodo IDE from activestate.com
I've tried Aptana and Eclipse, but for various reasons these don't match
up to the quality of the products from Zend and ActiveState.
Feb 21 '08 #4

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