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Does it exist a special IDE for Ext Js?

 
Rogerio Kioshi
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Hi,

I'd like to know if there is an IDE which improves development with Ext Js.

Thank you
 
Bear Bibeault
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Any IDE with JavaScript support would do.
 
Chris Goad
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I use Netbeans, while a coworker uses Eclipse. To my knowledge, neither have any 'special' functionality for Ext JS, but both work, in the sense that you can use them to implement Ext JS into your web applications.

Chris
 
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Chris Goad wrote:I use Netbeans, while a coworker uses Eclipse. To my knowledge, neither have any 'special' functionality for Ext JS, but both work, in the sense that you can use them to implement Ext JS into your web applications.

Chris


I use Intellij IDEA, but others have used eclipse and plugins like spket, aptana. I hear that Komodo and Netbeans work well too.

Either way, you want something that gives you powerful capabilities like refactoring, intellisense, etc. IDEA does that pretty well, but gets confused often.
 
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Netbeans has improved and is great with JS plugins
 
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