Jump to content

Looking for JavaScript IDEditor


LCF-AT

Recommended Posts

Hi guys,

can anyone recommend a good JS editor with full syntax / code suggestions when I write codes?I tried using Notepad++ but it dosen't have all included.Also tried BlueFish & Atom but they also not so well me.Now found PhPStorm but this isnt free and also dosent start the trial without any account etc.Also found a info about webstorm from their site wish should be a free version but isn't to download anymore.Uhhm!So can you recommend any JS editor (free version) what has it all?

WS_2021-12-24_230252.png.3635c79274493a899caad167b0184e20.png

Above a image of WebStrom someone used on YT and getting a lots of suggestions when writing the code.Thats nice to have.Maybe you know some other tools who have it too etc.As I said, Notepad++ dosen't have all and the Preview HTML plugin dosen't work when I have set the language to JavaScript and I always have to change it from JS to HTML and back whats really bad.Anyway, if you got some alternativ tools in mind then tell me.Thank you.

greetz

Link to comment

VSCode is probably one of the best free ones available at this point. Plenty of extensions that can greatly enhance the experience as well. If you wish to avoid the branding/Microsoft force-fed nonsense, then VSCodium like whoknows mentioned is a great fork to use for that.

JetBrains WebStorm is pretty nice too, has an excellent debugger if you're using Node.js specifically. However, I don't personally recommend bothering with it now that VSCode has matured as much as it has because it isn't free. 

 

  • Like 4
Link to comment
  • 4 weeks later...
On 12/26/2021 at 3:13 AM, atom0s said:

VSCode is probably one of the best free ones available at this point. Plenty of extensions that can greatly enhance the experience as well. If you wish to avoid the branding/Microsoft force-fed nonsense, then VSCodium like whoknows mentioned is a great fork to use for that.

JetBrains WebStorm is pretty nice too, has an excellent debugger if you're using Node.js specifically. However, I don't personally recommend bothering with it now that VSCode has matured as much as it has because it isn't free. 

 

VSCode or JetBrains WebStorm seem to be the go to IDEs for Javascript these days. Echoing atom0s the built in debugger for JetBrains is good.

Edited by eXit
  • Like 1
Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
×
×
  • Create New...