Monday, September 1st, 2008

Aptana keeps moving with jQuery/Ext support, and Python love via PyDev

Aptana has three posts in a row for us Ajax folk. They have updated support for the latest and greatest versions of the Ext and jQuery libraries:

Aptana has a javadoc/jsdoc like system called ScriptDoc that you can use to document your APIs nicely for the tool, and we are seeing more and more libraries support this, which makes life easier for all.

Also, PyDev, the Python Eclipse editor, has been assimilated into Aptana Studio. This continues the dynamic language path with JavaScript, RadRails for Ruby, and now Python. Good news for any Python developers.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:10 am
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Sorry to hijack this post, but I’ve been waiting for similar support for MooTools 1.2. Does anyone know of any non-official projects to support this with Aptana?

Comment by russh — September 1, 2008

It looks like they’ve also got basic PHP support with more advanced PHP support such as debugging on the way. I’m personally hoping for tight integration of Django (especially debugging) since I spend most of my server-side time lately there.

Comment by newz2000 — September 1, 2008

Mootools-support would be great!

Comment by nuxodin — September 2, 2008

For MooTools support, be sure to ping Aptana directly via their support forums. They’re very responsive and listen to feedback.

Comment by ReyBango — September 2, 2008

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