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Ricardo Sala16,212 Points
I am a begginer java developer and I want to take a look at JS too.
However, I really like Java strictness (I think it really helps to find errors).
Do you know what is that?
Currently I use IntelliJ IDEa, and it is really cool, but being JS so ...flexible, I don't think I can find a compiler that is so good helping you to write code...
Do you know any?
Ari Misha19,323 Points
Now regarding Text Editors, I actually use 4 text editors from Jetbrains (RubyMine, WebStorm, IntelliJ, PyCharm). And all of 'em feels kinda same to me. They are great for professional and big projects but not for learning. Sometimes i like ligh weight IDE like Sublime Text 3. Webstorm is as great as IntelliJ and so are RubyMine ad PyCharm. But you can achieve everything else with your command line. I want to do everything with my terminal , thats the only thing im comfy with.
Alexander La Bianca15,959 Points