boy18nj (112) [Avatar] Offline
#1
In the book, there is no mention of IDE, which should provide provide code completion and suggestions for jQuery methods. Given that there are so many methods available in jQuery, the developer cannot always goto documentation or book to find out the correct syntax.

Things become specially interesting when you are dealing with $.extend(options) because you don't know what property-values are expected under options.
bear.bibeault (675) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Authors choice of jQuery ide to make developers life easy?
There are so many IDEs and other coding tools available that it was not feasible to cover them in the book. Most reputable IDEs will offer JavaScript code completion.
boy18nj (112) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Authors choice of jQuery ide to make developers life easy?
thanks for reply. As you described so many, I am looking for at least 1 or 2. What are the author's choice or which IDE do you recommend for developers in terms of nice code completion support?
bear.bibeault (675) [Avatar] Offline
#4
Re: Authors choice of jQuery ide to make developers life easy?
As a Java developer, I use IntelliJ IDE.
clod (2) [Avatar] Offline
#5
Re: Authors choice of jQuery ide to make developers life easy?
I suggest Codelobster PHP Edition.
It has special plug-in for JQuery.