Monday, July 17th, 2006

JS Sorcerer 2.0: Standalone JS checking

Category: Utility

We announced the first version of JS Sorcerer which was an Eclipse-specific tool.

Now, DHI Technologies has release version 2.0 which also targets non-IDE users familiar with command line interface and utilities such as “make”. We have also made some usability enhancements for the Eclipse folks including a greatly streamlined getting started process.

JS-Sorcerer helps JavaScript programmers create interactive applications by performing syntax checking and variable type and flow analysis on JavaScript files and providing type-safe linking of multiple JavaScript files for a single web page or an application. This tool also enables developers to write cross-browser code by making use of a standard interface to ECMAScript, W3C DOM, and XMLHttpRequest (AJAX) objects.


Posted by Dion Almaer at 8:26 am

3.9 rating from 20 votes


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Hmmmm, Ajaxian seems pretty run-down… commercial JS pseudo IDEs, Comment SPAM…

Comment by .mario — July 17, 2006

And not to forget the eternal bug of comment

Comment by .mario — July 17, 2006

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