Programming with React in Eclipse
If you would like to include React in your development, MyEclipse is a great solution. MyEclipse is an Eclipse-based IDE that includes built-in support for React.
React New Project Wizard
New React Project wizard
Use hyperlink navigation to easily jump to different sections of your application. Before you actually make the jump, you can see declarations inline as you hover over the element—a huge time saver.
Navigating code in a React project
Snippets help produce common bits of code, reducing the time to get started with new classes and components.
Content assist and snippets speed coding
Validation and Linting
Incorporate linting into your React programming to ensure your code follows React’s best practices for clean code and to help you avoid common pitfalls.
Validation and linting for cleaner code
Debugging a React application is straightforward – set breakpoints, step through the code, and inspect variables as you normally would when debugging in Eclipse. The Debug Console is very handy when you need to either inspect or change values at runtime.
Debugging a React project in MyEclipse