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Simple and rich edition of typical main web and configuration files (HTML, CSS, JS, TS, JSON, YAML, XML -with schema support-) and debugging of Node.js apps in the Eclipse IDE.
To see it in action, open the desired file with the Generic Editor that's included by default in the Eclipse IDE.
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Submitted by Ivan Semikin on Wed, 2019-07-03 07:20
I have "Eclipse Wild Web Developer" pugun installed, There is still no editiing tip in .js files.
I used these instructions on github:
Install into Eclipse IDE (pick one way or another):
With Eclipse Marketplace Client and https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/wild-web-developer-web-developme..., choose one of:
Help > Eclipse Marketplace, search Wild Web Developer then click Install or
drag into Eclipse IDE, or
With Help > Install New Software... with p2 repo http://download.eclipse.org/wildwebdeveloper/snapshots
Submitted by Mickael Istria on Tue, 2019-08-13 02:53
Please report issue or ask for support by using GitHub issues.
Submitted by Igor Khlaponin on Tue, 2019-04-09 03:19
This plugin is pretty cool. But the major issue, as for me, is JSON formatting. I cannot format JSON neither through Ctrl+Shift+F nor through RMB->Format (this menu item even inactive). On the other hand, code completion works as expected.
OS: Centos 7, Java 8, Eclipse 2018-12
P.S. Kubernetes schema support is awesome!
Submitted by Mickael Istria on Tue, 2019-04-09 09:03
Thanks, can you please report this issue to https://github.com/eclipse/wildwebdeveloper/issues and we'll investigate it, and hopefully ship it soon ;)
Submitted by Igor Khlaponin on Wed, 2019-04-10 14:55
Done. Eclipse marketplace doesn't allow external links, so I sent it you in Twitter
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