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JavaScript-Specific Guidelines

AppCode enables creating rich Internet applications and Web applications by providing elaborate support of JavaScript and tight integration with AJAX and other adjacent frameworks and technologies.

In this section:

Prerequisites

Before you start working with JavaScript, make sure that the JavaScript Support plugin is enabled. The plugin is bundled with AppCode and is activated by default. If it is not, enable the plugin as described in Enabling and Disabling Plugins.

JavaScript support

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JavaScript support in AppCode includes:

To develop an application that contains JavaScript

Developing an application that contains JavaScript, generally, includes performing the following steps:

  1. Make sure the JavaScript Support plugin is enabled. The plugin is bundled with AppCode and activated by default. If it is not, enable the plugin. Make sure the JavaScript Support plugin is enabled. The plugin is bundled with AppCode and activated by default. If it is not, enable the plugin. Make sure the JavaScript Support plugin is enabled. The plugin is bundled with AppCode and activated by default. If the plugin is not activated, enable it on the Plugins page of the AppCode Preferences as described in Enabling and Disabling Plugins.
  2. Create a project to implement your application.
  3. On the JavaScript page of the Preferences dialog box, choose the JavaScript language version that suits the targeted browser.
  4. Download, install, and configure JavaScript frameworks and libraries.
  5. Populate the project. Use the following AppCode facilities, where applicable:
  6. Improve the quality and maintainability of your code using various types of refactoring, both common and JavaScript-specific.
  7. Run your application by opening its starting HTML page in the AppCode default browser.
  8. Debug your application.

    The JavaScript debugging functionality is incorporated in AppCode, so just configure the debugger, whereupon you can start the debugging session and proceed as usual: set the breakpoints, step through them, stop and resume the program, and examine it when suspended.

    Debugging for JavaScript applications is supported only in the Firefox and Google Chrome browsers.

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Last modified: 20 July 2016