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Anabella Watson
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full-stack
Early this year we announced our mission to help developers go from Java developers to awesome full stack developers. We started with many tools that were crucial for that goal (e.g,.
JSjet, TypeScript, DevSearch, and others) and now we are incredibly pleased to announce Angular IDE by Webclipse will be part of Webclipse as well. Angular IDE by Webclipse will make it easier for you to use cool modern web technologies, and revolutionize front-end development by simplifying the creation of complex web applications.

Angular IDE by Webclipse is built specifically for Angular 2. Angular is one of the leading frameworks, it has been written with the best practices for the future, it has huge community support, it’s backed by Google and very importantly, it’s not going away…and neither is our Angular IDE.

Yes, it is “Our Angular IDE” and this is what comes with it….

  • Our Angular IDE by Webclipse comes with TypeScript 2.0. Get immediate validation and auto-completion of code during development.
  • Our Angular IDE provides rich HTML Template Validation. Waiting for a page to fail to load to identify that tags are wrong is part of the past.
  • Our Angular CLI Integration encourages best practices, allowing you to seamlessly move between the IDE and command line for a simplified, yet powerful workflow.
  • Jump between TypeScript filers, or even jump to a referenced HTML or CSS file with Angular 2 Source Navigation.
  • Last but not least, Angular 2 development is centered around modern web development practices including extensive use of the CLI. Yes, Angular IDE is an IDE but it is built around the principles of CLI development, including an advanced Terminal that helps initialize paths and even download Node if needed.

I think we were able to show off big time why Angular IDE will be rocking your front-end development world, how about you try it and let us know what you think.


Download Webclipse HERE  Download Angular IDE HERE




Read more about Angular:
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Creating my first web app with Angular 2 in Eclipse

Angular 2 is a framework for building desktop and mobile web applications. After hearing rave reviews about Angular 2, I decided to check it out and take my first steps into modern web development. In this article, I’ll show you how to create a simple master-details application using Angular 2, TypeScript, Angular CLI and Eclipse Java EE.




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Posted on Nov 9th 2016