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10 Essential SublimeText Plugins for JavaScript Developers


via 10 Essential SublimeText Plugins for JavaScript Developers.

Sublime Text is a great application for just about any developer to have in their toolbox. It is a cross platform, highly customizable, advanced text editor and sits nicely between full featured IDEs (which are notoriously resource hungry) and command line editors such Vim or Emacs (which have steep learning curves).

One of the things that makes Sublime so great is its extensible plugin architecture. This makes it easy for developers to extend Sublime’s core functionality with new features such as code completion, or the embedding of remote API documentation. Sublime Text doesn’t come with plugins enabled out of the box — they are typically installed through a 3rd party package manager simply called Package Control. To install Package Control in Sublime Text, please follow the installation guide on their website.

In this article, I will outline ten must-have Sublime plugins for JavaScript developers, each of which can improve your workflow and make you more productive. So let’s get to it!

Integrate jshint into Sublime Text 2


Integrate jshint into Sublime Text 2
Step 1. Verify following things should be installed Node js Verify if node js is already install If not Goto https://nodejs.org/download/ Download and install Git bash JShint in node js if not installed open git bash run npm install -g jshint Package Control in Sublime Text Verify If Package Control not found -> To Install this […]

Video: NodeJS – Angular Build 3


Part of Angular Tools Training

This video covers: Brief intro to NodeJS and NPM

Article covers:

Node, NPM, Yeoman, generator-angular, Grunt, grunt-connect-proxy, Usemin, Bower, Compass, Bootstrap, Sass / SCSS, Karma, Jasmine, karma-ng-html2js-preprocessor, jasmine-given, jasmine-stealth, CoffeeScript, JSHint, Editorconfig, Chrome dev tools & Sublime Text 3 plugins.

JSHint is a tool that helps to detect errors and potential problems in your JavaScript code


via jshint/jshint · GitHub.

JSHint is a community-driven tool to detect errors and potential problems in JavaScript code. It is very flexible so you can easily adjust it to your particular coding guidelines and the environment you expect your code to execute in.