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#ActualSerapth

Posted 14 October 2012 - 09:33 PM

My toolset includes:

Visual Studio -- my preferred and generally favourite IDE, it's just leagues in front of everything else
WebStorm - it freaking rocks. I think everyone that is doing serious JavaScript work is working in WebStorm, period. It nicely integrates the Chrome/Firefox debuggers, so you can set breakpoints, watches, etc... without leaving the browser.
IntelliJ - It's basically WebStorm, but open source and targeted at Java. I personally use it for Lua development, but it has a number of language plugins
SublimeText - It's just so damned pretty... typing text in SublimeText actually feels... cool. It's my universal "Right click edit with" text editor... it recently supplanted Notepad++ at this task.
Notepad++ - That said, for bulk text editing ( find and replace, re-ordering, sorting, etc... ), N++ is still my goto... it just aint as pretty as Sublime Text
Eclipse - I freaking hate Eclipse, with a passion I can barely describe. It's just a terrible hateful piece of badly designed software... but sadly, it just gets forced down your throat far too often.

I use various other tools as the demand is there ( ZeroBrane for Lua debugging, PlayStation Studio for well, PlayStation studio development, etc... ) but the above are my bread and butter.

To re-iterate one more time, if you are doing JavaScript development and haven't checked out WebStorm, do so, yesterday!

#1Serapth

Posted 14 October 2012 - 09:31 PM

My toolset includes:

Visual Studio -- my preferred and generally favourite IDE, it's just leagues in front of everything else
WebStorm - it freaking rocks. I think everyone that is doing serious JavaScript work is working in WebStorm, period. It nicely integrates the Chrome/Firefox debuggers, so you can set breakpoints, watches, etc... without leaving the browser.
IntelliJ - It's basically WebStorm, but open source and targeted at Java. I personally use it for Lua development, but it has a number of language plugins
SublimeText - It's just so damned pretty... typing text in SublimeText actually feels... cool. It's my universal "Right click edit with" text editor... it recently supplanted Notepad++ at this task.
Notepad++ - That said, for bulk text editing ( find and replace, re-ordering, sorting, etc... ), N++ is still my goto... it just aint as pretty as Sublime Text


I use various other tools as the demand is there ( ZeroBrane for Lua debugging, PlayStation Studio for well, PlayStation studio development, etc... ) but the above are my bread and butter.

To re-iterate one more time, if you are doing JavaScript development and haven't checked out WebStorm, do so, yesterday!

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