I have taken the leap from my comfortable dreamweaver IDE to Netbeans and am missing my code folding options :(  I see with Netbeans you can fold normal functions but I can't seem to work out how to fold large chunks (entire modules). I have foun...
Searched the net for a jshint plugin for netbeans, but found none...  Can anyone describe or show an easy solution for jshint integration in netbeans?...
I have a simple method in API, that allows searching objects with JSONPath. As its syntax is pretty much unfamiliar to junior developers, i decided to provide some examples within JSDoc comment. Yet, here is the catch, - @ sign is treated as a start...
I am trying to switch between pages from multiple directories, what I have currently is right but once I have +300 HTML pages, I can't have it like this:  window.addEventListener('load', leftNav, false);  var x = location.pathname; alert(...
This seems like it ought to be obvious, yet I can't figure it out.  I do a lot of JavaScript coding, and I really like NetBeans. Unfortunately I can't figure out how to create a "JavaScript" project in NetBeans. If I go to File ->...
I just downloaded Netbeans because I read another question saying it's a good IDE to develop Javascript with. I tried making a new project, but there is no option to set it to Javascript.  If anyone knows how to set it up to develop with Javascri...
Looking for custom themes for the Netbeans IDE, especially dark ones!  Thanks!...
I just started using netbeans (NetBeans IDE 7.2 (Build 201207171143) under Win7/64bit) to try out jQuery developement. Especially the autocompletion seemed very handy..  I used this tutorial: http://netbeans.org/kb/docs/web/js-toolkits-jquery.html I...
I am using Netbeans 6.9 and 7-Beta on Windows 7.  According to Netbeans javascript documentation it should be possible to add documentation to my project and get autocompletion on my classes and functions.  The trouble I am having is that I'm usi...
Javascript code:  var a = (b) ? b : 40;   It is working, just NetBeans says: "Use the || operator (Column [where the ? is])". I didn't find any explanation.  What is it?  Thanks!...

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