Monday, November 19, 2007

Amazing browser-based Javascript IDE

A few months back I put together a summary about browser-based Javascript code editors. Then I tried myself to create one, with dojo, but I did not get very far. Then Nicola Rizzo released CodeTextArea, which is a dojo widget and a very promising approach. A demo is available and it currently best works with Firefox on MS Windows. Today I learned about TIDE, a full fledged browser-based Javascript IDE, which loads fast, looks amazingly good, provides a lot of typical IDE functionality and has even a bunch of working Javascript demos to play with. It uses the following open source libraries:

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