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Hendra Kurniawan
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Hello, All

I'm currently learning about javascript, especially using jQuery since it's the most popular (and easiest compared to others) FW. I have a problem, but I dont know the description. I've heard the name of this feature, but forgot. I give the screenshot:






after some googling, they said about aotana studio, but there are some complaints. Is there any other solution, or that's the only solution? Thanks
 
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I believe the term you are looking for is autocompletion. I've adjusted the title for you.
 
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ah yes, that's the one. So, how to achieve this ? thanks
 
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I don't know. I don't use eclipse. I use IntelliJ and it handles it just fine.
 
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Can codes developed in IntelliJ be opened in eclipse ? thanks
and while we're at it, could you please take a look at thread
http://www.coderanch.com/t/538315/vc/some-property-CSS-editor-not#2443449

intelliJ solves this too?

is this free? I'm trying to use other FW like MVC and ORMs. Free version can handle it too?
 
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Code is code. If it matters what IDE you are using, you're doing it wrong.

IntelliJ has a free (community) version. I don't know if the free version has the features you are looking for or not.
 
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I think there is a tag in java script, autocomplete = true or false. Try using this one.
 
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