29 Oct 2012 6:36 AM #21
31 Oct 2012 6:46 AM #22
8 Nov 2012 6:43 AM #23
Ah another IDE holy war...
I've invested considerable time into reviewing IDEs for ExtJS (it's time well spent) and thankfully the ideal choice of IDE is not quite so much of a murky world as it is with say Java.
The two killer features for productive development in my opinion are:
- In place documentation lookup
As with many of these tools the setup is key. WebStorm and Intellij will Index every file they can get their hands on so the memory footprint will be huge if you don't set them up correctly. Likewise inline documentation lookup needs to be set up correctly.
Below is a screen shot of my installation with both autocomplete and documentation lookup working as they should.
If this is something that the community is interested in I'd be happy to put up a blog post on how to configure your IDEs.
12 Nov 2012 8:13 PM #24
I would love to see a blog post on how to configure WebStorm to work best with Ext JS.
14 Nov 2012 6:41 AM #25
a blogpost on how to configure would be fantastic!
do you use it with sencha touch too? are there any differences / other configs to use?
thnx in advance
30 Nov 2012 3:11 AM #26
sharing your experience would be very kind.
Thanks in advance :-)
30 Nov 2012 6:21 AM #27
Visual Studio 2012
12 Dec 2012 1:21 AM #28
Hi Brett I even would love to see a blog post on how to configure WebStorm!
Thumbs up for this!
12 Dec 2012 1:46 AM #29
3 Mar 2013 11:48 PM #30
Did you guys consider PyCharm? I develop NoTex - a browser based editor for reStructuredText (available at https://notex.ch), and while the back-end is Python the front-end almost exclusively ExtJS.