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Eclipse Web Developer tools

The JavaScript Development Tools (JSDT) provide plug-ins that implement an IDE supporting the development of JavaScript applications and JavaScript within web applications. It adds a JavaScript project type and perspective to the Eclipse Workbench as well as a number of views, editors, wizards, and builders.

JSDT Components

The JavaScript Development Tools (JSDT) are broken down into three areas, which include:

  1. - includes the parser, compiler, DOM and more.
  2. - includes all of the user interface bits to create the JavaScript IDE (wizard, dialogs, preferences, etc).
  3. - includes support for debugging JavaScript using Rhino and Crossfire
  4. - any and all support for Client-side (web-pages) JavaScript, implemented in WTP's Source Editing project.

New and Noteworthy

The JSDT debug component is very responsive to new ideas, feature requests and bug reports. The following is a list of some of the newest and more interesting additions to the component.

The latest and greatest features can be found on the WTP New and Noteworthy New and Noteworthy page. Entries for the JSDT can be found in the

Source: eclipse.org
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