I'm mostly interested in server-side web development, though being able to redeploy some bits in Chrome would be nice.
I am currently running
Eclipse Indigo on Ubuntu for developing mostly Java/Scala programs and to use git.
So far I've come across http://code.google.com/p/chromedevtools/ and https://www.ebayopensource.org/index.php/VJET/HomePage, but not sure which is preferable.
There is Nodeclipse.org effort. Current version is 0.16
update site is
When you want to help in any way, start by raising issue
- Creating default structure for New Node Project and New Node Source File
- Generating Express project with Wizard
- Bracket matching and marking selection occurences with background color
- Content Assistant within one file
- Go to definition with Ctrl+click when JSDoc is used
- Refactoring within one file (Alt+Shift+R)
- JSON files highlight and validation
- NPM support
- Debugging - Breakpoint, Trace, Variables, Expressions, etc... via Eclipse debugger plugin for V8
- Setting project properties for JSHint-Eclipse automatically; JSHint settings template
- Passing arguments to Node application and Node.js, specifying environment variables values to use
- Running CoffeeScript *.coffee files
- Running *.js files with PhantomJS, MongoDB Shell or Java 8 Nashorn jjs util
- Bundled together with Markdown Editor, GitHub Flavored Markdown, StartExplorer (for system explorer and shell), RegEx, Icon Editor, MongoDB, RestClient Tool and other plugins (20+ in total, check update site and Nodeclispe Plugin List)
- Support for Eclipse Juno, Kepler, Luna M3
Read http://www.nodeclipse.org/ for more & latest information.