ActiveState: Komodo 10.2 Released! New Unit Testing, Slack Sharing, Yarn Support

The Komodo team has been hard at work, and some of that work you can feast your eyes upon today with the release of Komodo IDE 10.2. This release is focussed primarily on two features: unit testing and Slack sharing, but it’s not just about the features; we’ve fixed roughly 100 bugs and made quite a few improvements and enhancements. We hope you enjoy this iteration of Komodo IDE and look forward to your feedback!

Slack Sharing

If your team lives on Slack, sharing a code snippet is a quick way to get problems solved. Now you can share snippets, diffs and all kinds of code directly from Komodo to your team on Slack. Give your ctrl+c and ctrl+v a break.

Source: ActiveState: Komodo 10.2 Released! New Unit Testing, Slack Sharing, Yarn Support

I’m really looking forward to the Slack sharing feature since I do live in Slack. 🙂

Introduction to Eclipse Che, a next-generation, web-based IDE

Eclipse Che is a web-based integrated development environment (IDE) and workspace.

Source: Introduction to Eclipse Che, a next-generation, web-based IDE

Komodo IDE 10 adds Chrome Remote Debugging, PhoneGap/ Cordova integration, new UI

Komodo IDE 10 adds Chrome Remote Debugging, PhoneGap/ Cordova integration, new UI http://betanews.com/2016/05/17/komodo-ide-10-adds-chrome-remote-debugging-phonegap-cordova-integration-new-ui/

Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code for Windows, OS X and Linux hits 1.0

Visual Studio Code (VS Code), Microsoft’s cross-platform text editor for developers, hit version 1.0 today after about a year in beta. The company says more than 500,000 developers now actively use the application each month.

The launch of VS Code came as quite a surprise when the company first announced it at its Build developer conference last year. Microsoft, after all, had never offered a code editor for OS X and Linux before — and definitely not under the Visual Studio brand.

When Microsoft launched the application, it was still missing extensibility and the code for VS Code wasn’t open source yet, either. Since then, the company fixed both of these issues.

Source: Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code for Windows, OS X and Linux hits 1.0

And you can even get the source on Github. This is part of Microsoft’s push into the open source world as it courts a wider range of developers.

Android Studio Overview | Android Developers. – http://developer.android.com/tools/studio/index.html

Android Studio is the official IDE for Android application development, based on IntelliJ IDEA.

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