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JavaScript Debugged

Simon Kaegi (IBM ), Nitin Dahyabhai (IBM )

Making With Eclipse · Extended (50 mins)
Wednesday, 14:30, 50 minutes | Cypress

Tags: Languages , Tools
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As the Eclipse platform more directly adopts web technologies we're also increasing our demands on the JavaScript and HTML tooling. In this talk we'll take a brief high-level look at the HTML Editing tools provided by the Eclipse Web Tooling Platform before having a closer look at JSDT and taking a deeper dive into the new JavaScript Debug support and the other areas where we intend to focus our efforts in the future.

Simon Kaegi is a software developer working for IBM Rational at the software lab in beautiful Ottawa, Canada. He is a member of the Eclipse core team and committer on equinox (server-side, p2, and compendium) and e4 (JavaScript modularity and debug). Lately he's been thinking about Web IDEs and would love to discuss.

Nitin Dahyabhai is a software developer working for IBM Rational in RTP, North Carolina. He leads both the JSDT and Source Editing projects in the Eclipse Web Tools Platform and has been working with Eclipse for nearly a decade.  He frequently lurks in Eclipse's IRC channels.