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Is there any Eclipse Plugin for WebWorks?

Hi All,


I am new in webworks development. I want to know is there any eclipse plugin for webworks. 


I want to know which IDE i have to preferred for working on webworks.

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Re: Is there any Eclipse Plugin for WebWorks?

In the past there was an Eclipse plugin for WebWorks, but as far as I know the development ended end of 2011. For now, WebWorks mainly uses Web technology you can develop in text editor of your choice.


Days ago there was another discussion about IDE's other devs in the forum work with, perhaps you want to have a closer look there: http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Web-and-WebWorks-Development/why-bb10-do-not-provide-ide-for-...


To start with development you should install the WebWorks SDK you want to develop for (SmartPhone/PlayBook/BB10) and Chrome Ripple Extension for debugging and testing.

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