Looking for the best editor for JavaScript

Asked 3 months ago, Updated 3 months ago, 5 views

I'm looking for an editor to create and edit JavaScript code.
What do you recommend?

*Please use the one in Japanese.

Workforce: Windows 7 Pro

[Background of question]
I have just started developing a web-based system, and so far I have opened JavaScript and HTML files in Windows standard notepad to check the source code.
However, when handling JavaScript code, it takes a lot of effort to find embedded in HTML and open the XXXXXXX.js file to add, edit, and delete code.
In order to speed up the work, I wanted to use the opinions of experienced people to make it easier for me to work with JavaScript, which is relatively good for editing code.

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2022-09-30 11:13

7 Answers

If you have time to get used to the editor, I would recommend Vim as well as user2617876.I understand that it is a Windows and Japanese environment, so I think you should download it from Vim—KaoriYa and try using it.

In the questionnaire,

When handling JavaScript code, finding embedded in HTML and opening the XXXXXXXX.js file to add, edit, and delete code

In the case of Vim, if the file is specified in the relative path, simply hover your cursor over the filename and type gf to open the desired file.

Also, if you are developing a web system, you will need to connect SSH to Unix servers and manipulate files later.Vim is usually available on such servers, and in some cases you may have no choice but to use Vim, so I thought it would be a good idea to get used to Vim's operations.


2022-09-30 11:13

I use Notepad++ if it's simple.

It supports many programming languages, so
It's great for trying to experience a new language.

It's lightweight and doesn't cost much to learn, but
Features are reasonable.


if you are going to make a full-scale development. I think you should switch to the editor someone else is introducing.


2022-09-30 11:13

You may also install and use JavaScript plug-ins in Sublime Text.

http://tomoyamkung.net/2014/03/11/sublimetext3-setting-javascript/


2022-09-30 11:13


If you want to "edit js file in text editor" Sakura Editor would be good.
The reason is
·Language-specific settings (extension association, temporary adaptation, etc.)
·You can set color emphasis for each language
·Enhances input storage and keyword help functions.
The above features are useful.
I also touch PHP, but I use this one for simple editing.

I gave you a free text editor because there was no designation for paid or free. VisualStudio is convenient if you are developing it even though it is charged...
There are things like visual studio web developer in web development...


2022-09-30 11:13

Many engineers who mainly write JavaScript around them use WebStorm.
I have the impression that many people write JavaScript and other dynamic typing languages use Vim or Emacs.

With an editor called Atom, you can also write plug-ins in JavaScript, so if you want to practice using JavaScript as an editor, I think Atom is fine.


2022-09-30 11:13

It's my personal preference, but
SublimeText
I like it.

I can hit Grunt and others too...


2022-09-30 11:13

Vim is recommended.It makes you feel like a super hacker.


2022-09-30 11:13

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