Javascript Editor in Netbean 6.1

Not that I’m a fan of Netbean but it seems like there’s some really cool features in Netbean 6 for editing javascript.

http://www.netbeans.org/download/flash/js/javascript_demo.html

Some of the features:

  • Intellisense
  • Showing the Browser compatibility issues for different functions
  • code analysis to point out possible bugs

Seems that many people are focusing more on javascript.

Btw I’ve been using Firefox 3(beta) for quite some time. You can literally see the increase in speed when accessing javascript pages. Even though there’s some bugs I found associated with it (like repeated binary files access), its definitely a very cool browser. (haha probably they over optimized it)

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Javascript or not?

saw the article – You Used JavaScript to Write WHAT?

IMHO….

I thought that article was a very bias view of javascript. I do agree that javascript has much performance issues but the argument about Halo 4 on javascript and not having javascript enabled doesn’t seems quite right.

I meant games usually have system requirements, example, directx installed, certain OS etc.

In that likeness, javascript enabled could very well be one of that list of system requirements. If the user really want to play that game, he could have turned on his javascript or find javascript support. Its the same as, now if we say Halo4 is on flash, flash would have to be installed and enabled also (Oops you need flash 9… flash 8 doesnt work!)

I feel that one of the capabilities of javascript is the concept of fat client. If we have to go to the server for every single request that its not really bandwidth effective. I guess many of us realised that nowadays, OS comes with a default web browser, its like an “installed” environment for you already.

 Of course, end of the day I still agree with the author that Halo4 on javascript sound really like a bad idea because of the performance issues and its limitations.

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