- Syntax Checking
- Outline view
- Source Actions: Formatting, Quick comment
- Editor Preferences
Code Completion Guess Support
When a content assist proposal is applied, a second set of proposals will automatically display probable matches based on the type of the function parameter. Learn more about Guess Support. Available in MyEclipse 2015 CI 11 and later.
Completion String Support
String completion gathers short strings in your code, and string completion suggestions include previously seen strings. Learn more about String Support. Available in MyEclipse 2015 CI 11 and later.
Switch to ECMAScript 6 for Promise support. Available in MyEclipse 2015 CI 11 and later.
RequireJS Object Literal Completion
For the RequireJS config object, applying completion generates a property key/value pair. Available in MyEclipse 2015 CI 11 and later.
- Right-click a project, and select Properties.
- Click the Source tab, expand your project folder, and double-click Excluded.
- Click Add in the Exclusion patterns section.
- Enter a pattern for multiple exclusions, or browse for a specific folder or file, and click Finish.
- On the Technologies tab, select the framework you excluded to get optimal content assist for the framework, and click OK.
Additional Context for Content Assist (Optional)
Adding files to a source folder is necessary only if you need additional context for content assist. Content assist for elements within a given source file is provided even if it is not part of the global scope.
In MyEclipse Web projects, the WebRoot folder is automatically setup as a source folder when the project is created. This can be easily changed to suit your needs.
Click the Source tab, and click Add Source Folder to specify a source folder.
To make one or more lines of code a comment, select the lines to comment, and press CTRL+Shift+C. This shortcut is a toggle, and will remove comment marks, as well.
- Setting breakpoints
- Inspecting variables
- Watching expressions/evaluations
- Setting debugging preferences
To set configurations based on project files, select the Project file option, click the Browse button, and navigate to a project or project file.
When halted at a breakpoint the following actions are available from the toolbar of the Debug view.
Resume execution; runs to next breakpoint or end of program
Terminate debug process
Step Into next executable source line
Step Over next function
Step to Return of current function
When you choose to create a new file, you select the parent folder for the file, and enter the filename.