Using the New Scripted JavaScript Editor for Node.js Development

by October 11, 2012

This week VMware released the Scripted code editor on GitHub: https://github.com/scripted-editor/scripted.
Scripted, a JavaScript editor from VMware, is a general purpose code editor intended to be very lightweight with an initial focus on giving a great JavaScript editing experience– particularly around content assist and awareness of module systems. It is a browser-based editor that runs locally on a developer’s machine with a Node.js instance serving the editor code and performing the editor operations. The only pre-req for running Scripted is that you have a recent version of Node.js installed. Scripted is implemented in 100% JavaScript, HTML and CSS. If you are interested in more background on Scripted, you can read more about it on the SpringSource.org blog.

Using the New Scripted JavaScript Editor for Node.js Development

This week VMware released the Scripted code editor on GitHub: https://github.com/scripted-editor/scripted.
Scripted, a JavaScript editor from VMware, is a general purpose code editor intended to be very lightweight with an initial focus on giving a great JavaScript editing experience– particularly around content assist and awareness of module systems. It is a browser-based editor that runs locally on a developer’s machine with a Node.js instance serving the editor code and performing the editor operations. The only pre-req for running Scripted is that you have a recent version of Node.js installed. Scripted is implemented in 100% JavaScript, HTML and CSS. If you are interested in more background on Scripted, you can read more about it on the SpringSource.org blog.