Desarrollando una aplicación HTML5 con Eclipse IDE

I am looking for a good IDE for developing HTML5 applications. I understand that I can do that with Eclipse, which I already use in my developments.

Currently I use Eclipse Helios Release. Should I download Eclipse Helios Service Release 2, in order to develop HTML5 (with JS)?

Is there anything else I need? Also - can you recommend me good tutorials for developing HTML5 applications with Eclipse?

Gracias.

preguntado el 09 de marzo de 12 a las 14:03

4 Respuestas

Actually, I think eclipse would be best suited for HTML5 development since I find it more responsive than Aptana. You also have the advantage of working with Java, PHP, Ruby, and Python server-side scripting in the same IDE you use to develop HTML5 apps. For me that is a must since a lot of code on my sites lay on the server-side for managing posts and such. Go for aptana, just install the software from the repository and you're good to go. Also install the Javascript, PHP, and web installations.

respondido 08 nov., 12:20

Has mirado Aptana? It's a web-development IDE based on Eclipse. I've used it for web development in Javascript and HTML, but not specifically HTML5.

respondido 09 mar '12, 15:03

I read some opinions that Aptana is to big and complicated, and that using Eclipse should be enough. What do you think? - Erik Sapir

I haven't used basic Eclipse for HTML5 editing, but from what I've read, you need the Java EE installation of Eclipse to do so, which is...kinda big and complicated :) I would recommend giving them both a try and see which you prefer. I've really enjoyed working with Aptana, though it certainly can be a bit intimidating with everything it supports. - dormir

I guess there's always Dreamweaver... been using it since 10+ years. Hevan't tried with html5 yet but should work - at least you get a WYSIWYG editor, somethign I haven't seen in Eclipse yet :-(

respondido 27 mar '14, 12:03

Puedes mirar www.html5rocks.com for more information about HTML5. Its developed and maintained by google.

Respondido 26 Abr '12, 22:04

Funny noob lol "developed and maintained by google". No it's managed and controlled by the W3C. - LukeStoneHm

@LukeStoneHm I think he's talking about www.html5rocks.com - enobayram

how is html5rocks related to an HTML5 IDE discussion? - demesne

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