This week's book giveaway is in the NodeJS forum. We're giving away four copies of Serverless Applications with Node.js and have Slobodan Stojanovic & Aleksandar Simovic on-line! See this thread for details.
Hardly an easy question to answer. They steal ideas from each other all the time.
I like Eclipse, but that's because Eclipse has a multitude of plug-ins for all sorts of environments (and not just program development ones) and allows me to run a connected suite of apps in different languages on different machines at the same time.
IntelliJ Idea is somewhat similar, but not as extensive in the multi-application space. On the other hand, it's usually much more friendly with the average programmer's needs.
And then again, some people just use their local notepad application.
When it comes to destroying a civilization, gas chambers cannot hold a candle to echo chambers.
There are varieties of IDE's available. Some of them are free and others are purchasable. I tried notepad, atom, and bracket so far. Atom is colorful and attractive to write a code. However, I like using bracket because it closes your opening tag and allows you to run your code. It also helps us with auto-completion.
Every good tree bears good fruit
posted 9 months ago
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