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### #ActualSerapth

Posted 18 May 2012 - 07:26 PM

1. I worked with Netbeans, it was free and very nice. Even had some basic re-factoring, and code analysis.
1.a. If you have 100$, Webstorm is an amazing javascript IDE. Way ahead of anything else. 2. You can install Apache yourself, Or build a Java-Web project (just use HTML instead of JSPs) 3. Use "Chrome" for debugging. It has the best Javascript debugger available. Good luck For JavaScript development, WebStorm really can't be beat. I recently used it for some Node work and my god was it impressive. Even better, it's 50$ if it's an individual purchase ( not corporate, as in purchased for you by you, regardless to how you use it ).

Once my trial is up, I am buying it.

For those who don't want to spend money, Aptana ( http://aptana.com/ ) is the way to go. It's built over Eclipse ( which I hate ), but doesn't seem to have all the cruft that makes me hate Eclipse.

### #1Serapth

Posted 18 May 2012 - 07:25 PM

1. I worked with Netbeans, it was free and very nice. Even had some basic re-factoring, and code analysis.
1.a. If you have 100$, Webstorm is an amazing javascript IDE. Way ahead of anything else. 2. You can install Apache yourself, Or build a Java-Web project (just use HTML instead of JSPs) 3. Use "Chrome" for debugging. It has the best Javascript debugger available. Good luck For JavaScript development, WebStorm really can't be beat. I recently used it for some Node work and my god was it impressive. Even better, it's 50$ if it's an individual purchase ( not corporate, as in purchased for you by you, regardless to how you use it ).

Once my trial is up, I am buying it.

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