Using JSDT #1 : Resources

I’ve been doing some HTML5/CSS/Javascript programming lately.  I decided to take the JSDT (JavaScript Development Toolkit) for a test drive.

My plan is to document the steps I went through from installation through running some JavaScript from the IDE.

Today, I’m posting some of the more useful links I found when getting familiar with the project.

Download

The JSDT comes as part of Web Tools.  You could also use Update Manager to pull the JSDT plugins into an existing Eclipse.

I decided to download the JSDT product to see how well it worked by itself.

Resources for Users

Potential Problems?

While doing some research, I ran across several articles talking about the difficulty in getting the JSDT to integrate with 3rd party libraries.

I’ll find out more about this as I progress.

Resources for JSDT Developers

Next

Next I will step through the basics install JSDT, create and run an HTML page.

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