Komodo IDE 10 adds Chrome Remote Debugging, PhoneGap/ Cordova integration, new UI


ActiveState Software has released Komodo IDE 10, a major update for the already powerful development environment. New support for Chrome Remote Debugging means there’s no need to keep switching from the IDE to Chrome’s web tools: you can do all your coding and debugging from inside Komodo.

PhoneGap and Cordova integration makes life easier for mobile developers, and it’s not just about switching environments: Komodo provides context-sensitive actions to suit each situation.

Web developers get a similar boost with smart integration of Gulp, Grunt and NPM.

There’s new support for frameworks, including React, Angular, Ember and TypeScript.

All this comes packaged in a completely redesigned and skinnable interface, with new default keybindings. They’re clearer and more consistent than the previous set, but if you don’t want to change, no problem -- the "classic" keybindings can be restored in a click or two.

And there’s plenty more, including easier version control, improved PHP and JavaScript CodeIntel, and significant performance increases everywhere you look.

Komodo IDE 10 is a commercial development environment for Windows, OS X and Linux.

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