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Komodo IDE 4 adds JavaScript debugging

updated 02:35 pm EST, Wed January 24, 2007

Komodo IDE 4.0 released

ActiveState Software has released Komodo IDE 4.0, updating its Web development environment with new features and support. Komodo IDE 4.0 signals a major upgrade designed to help developers create entire Web applications -- server, browser, and the HTTP conversation that connects them -- within a single unified workspace. Komodo IDE enables developers to write, debug, share, and organize code in a customizable programming environment while offering support for dynamic languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Tcl, and now JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and XML. New features in Komodo IDE 4.0 include JavaScript debugging, a DOM viewer, an HTTP Inspector, and 'code intelligence' to provide support for Ajax techniques. The latest revision also extends support to framework stacks such as Ruby on Rails and CakePHP, as well as client libraries such as the Yahoo! UI Library and Dojo.

ActiveState today also released Komodo Edit 4.0, an update to its free multi-language editor that provides advanced editing capabilities for dynamic languages. The latest release caters to Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, and Tcl with support for browser-side code including JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and XML. Komodo Edit is currently in the beta stage and is available for free from ActiveState's website.




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