JavaScript in Eclipse

JSDT is a promising JavaScript IDE. As an article from IBM says the features of JSDT include:

  • Syntax highlighting
  • Folding/line numbers
  • Full outlining, showing classes, functions, and fields
  • Highlight and check of matching brackets/parentheses
  • Auto-complete of brackets, parentheses, and indentation
  • Mark occurrence
  • Comment toggle (line and block)
  • Generate element JsDoc
  • Surround with do, for, try/catch, while
  • User-configurable completion templates
  • Extract function/change function signature
  • Indentation correction
  • Open declaration
  • Open-type hierarchy
  • Open-call hierarchy
  • Customizable code formating
  • Full search
  • Refactor/rename/move
  • Breakpoint support
  • Defined browser libraries with JsDoc for Firefox, Internet Explorer, and ECMA-3
  • Support for user defined libraries using JsDoc + JavaScript prototype definitions
  • Library image support
  • Debugging support provided through the ATF Project

Exciting! JSDT is already available. It’s part of the Web Tools Platform V3.0, and I guess it’s currently the best JavaScript toolkit out there.

3 Responses to “JavaScript in Eclipse”

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