MyEclipse supports wizards to create Angular/React/Vue apps. For Ionic and NestJS, you can add the required dependencies or create the NestJS project from the Terminal+, import the project folder to the workspace and use the MyEclipse tools to work with TS/JS files.
The documentation for Angular and other modern web tech is available here : https://www.genuitec.com/docs/web-apps/modern-web
Hope this helps. Do let us know if you have any further questions.
You won’t need to migrate your projects. Simply open the root folder and you should be able to start coding.
We haven’t had any users develop with Ionic that I’m aware of, and while we don’t have specific support for Ionic wizards / generation, the general support we have for JS, TS, HTML, JSON, etc. should have you covered.
MyEclipse includes a 30 day trail, we’d encourage you install it and let us know if you run into any issues.