Hands-on with 10 JavaScript editors and IDEs

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JavaScript has taken over the Web, and it's creeping onto mobile apps and back-end services too. Programmers would be well-advised to get in on the JavaScript wave, and with today's surplus of editors and IDEs, they have no excuse to pass up the opportunity.

On the other hand, the sheer number of JavaScript programming tools may befuddle developers and companies. Which editor or IDE should you pick? It all depends on your needs, preferences, and pocketbook.

In this downloadable PDF, InfoWorld puts 10 JavaScript editors and IDEs, ranging from Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 to Netbeans to Komodo Edit and more, from a full-featured integrated development environment to code editors-plus. Most run on Windows, iOS, and Linux, to keep the options open. With such a diverse and capable roster of tools, dev shops can surely find the best addition for their JavaScript toolkit.

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