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    Default Unanswered: Integrate ExtJs4 with eclipse IDE

    Unanswered: Integrate ExtJs4 with eclipse IDE


    Hi,

    How to integrate ExtJs plugin with eclipse IDE?

    Please let me know the configuration details also.

    Thanks in Advance.

    Swiji...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swiji2000 View Post
    ExtJs plugin
    What kind of plugin do you mean? Spket?

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    i recommend: don't do it... no really.. don't - you would scream a lot, think that javascript is the worst language in town and you would constantly need more monitors, because you'll throw them, kick them and whatever you can imagine

    Use a better ide. If you use Java on the server part (which i suppose, because you're using eclipse) - you should consider using IntelliJ IDEA (ultimate version - yes it costs - but your productivity will raise about 100%). If you're using only web-languages - you can try WebStorm of the same vendor.

    spket is just a very simple and poor improvement of a javascript editor in eclipse - especially with ext4 it won't help much, because the type system is used in strings and spket can't recognize those... IDEA can

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