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What do you guys use to pump out your ajax? This question is also for Christian Gross as I would like to win the book
 
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I don't know how worth it is, but if you are using Eclipse, you might want to try The AJAX Toolkit Framework (ATF):
http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/atf/
 
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Hi Nick,

The link Satau provided is for the proposed ATF project, as of now you will need to make do with your present JavaScript/Html editor for writing/editng Ajax code, or you can try out Eclipse try this link:-

http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-58.html

Hope this helps,
 
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MyEclipse is not free
 
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Yes Satau, Eclipse is not free,

How did I forget2mention that

No seriosly, is there an alternative(free) right now for editing/writing Ajax code other then current Javascript/html editors?

I think soon editors and IDEs which support Javascript will integrate Ajax support, intellisence and all that jazz...

Guess in the mean time we'll just have to make do with what we have right now.

If anyone knows of any editor do let us know.
 
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I am a big advocate of Open Source.... until... I use an IDE!

Yes I know lots and lots of people use Eclipse and like it. I have used it, but it always seems to get in my way when I have projects scattered through a network! Also I keep conflicting with Eclipse on how I want my directories to be structured!

I am not knocking Eclipse because it is good IDE and would recommend it to anybody. What I am saying is that an IDE is a personal thing and Eclipse wrt to project management does things that I cannot cope with.

Note: I have looked at NetBeans, but can't get used to its way of implementing intelli-code.

For daily production coding I use three for-pay IDEs:

1) Komodo: Great IDE since I do quite a bit of dynamic language and XML coding.
2) X-Develop: I code Java (Servlet's, JSP's), and .NET on multiple platforms (Windows, OSX, and Linux).
3) Visual Studio: Yes I hear the hisses and booo's, but Visual Studio has a great HTML and JavaScript editor! And with the release of Visual Studio 2005 they FINALLY clued into the idea that you want to create your own directory structures.

Christian
[ February 23, 2006: Message edited by: Christian Gross ]
 
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