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Use Sublime Text 3 as your JavaScript IDE – 2016

Sublime Text 3 is a notepad replacement on steroids. However, it’s not just a colorful text pad, it can be transformed to a full-feature JavaScript IDE. It’s a neat, feature-rich, text-editor which allows developers to easily keep track of, and edit, their code. In my opinion it’s the best free JavaScript IDE. It is my favorite notepad replacement and coding tool, and there is no time limit on the unregistered version (unlike the 30 day trial period for WebStorm). After your license expires, you can continue to use the software however, if you do like it, I recommend buying it for $70.00 to support the Sublime team. Although WebStorm is also a great IDE, in this post I am going to show you how to setup a simple JavaScript IDE (Integrated Development Environment) in Sublime Text 3.

Sublime Text 3 is available for: WindowsLinuxMac/OSX

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Web Storm Javascript IDE Linux Install 2016

What is an IDE

Although Kali Linux is excellent tool for penetration testers, sometimes you need to use it for other tasks/projects that do not involve any type of penetration testing. If you’re looking to getting into web development, or software development in general, I recommend a product called WebStorm, developed by JetBrains. WebStorm is a JavaScript Integrated Development Enviroment (IDE) and helps you manage your code and stay organized. When building scalable applications, the number of files and modules can grow exponentially, really quickly, and therefore I recommend using an IDE to keep track of everything.

An integrated development environment (IDE) is a software suite that consolidates the basic tools developers need to write and test software. Typically, an IDE contains a code editor, a compiler or interpreter and a debugger that the developer accesses through a single graphical user interface (GUI). — techtarget.com

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