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Develop JavaScript/Web Applications with Free Powerful Eclipse JavaScript Development Tools (JSDT) The Eclipse IDE has become so popular for Java development that it was only a matter of time before it was extended for HTML and JavaScript as well. With regards to the latter, the JavaScript Development Tools (JSDT) plug-in supports the development of JavaScript applications as well as JavaScript within web applications. It adds a JavaScript project type and perspective to the Eclipse Workbench as well as a number of views, editors, wizards, and builders.

Moreover, it adds the all-important context to the object model">JS object model for context-aware auto-completion. In today's article, we'll use the JSDT plugin to enhance the development of a static web project. Later, we'll explore the integration of third party JS libraries, debugging features, and how to unit test scripts written using the JSDT.


Use DOM to Insert External JavaScript files In this JavaScript article tutorial, JSB@nk is happy to show you another JavaScript solution to include external JavaScript files in your web pages. This JavaScript method uses DOM (Document object model) to process. Please go to the inner post-page for full completed instructions and JavaScript source codes for samples, along with many reality problems.

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