Thursday, April 10th, 2008

NetBeans now includes JavaScript support

Category: JavaScript, Utility

That looks like some nice, smart completion doesn’t it? Tor Norbye has moved from Ruby to get solid JavaScript support in NetBeans.

There are a ton of features, as you can see in his post. You can even do things like setup browser compatibility (saw this first in VisualStudio):

Great to see IDEs getting better and better for JavaScript hacking!

Posted by Dion Almaer at 5:54 am
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I would definitely give it a go, but it needs to integrate with perforce!

Comment by sc44 — April 10, 2008

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