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10 Best JavaScript tools for better code

As the JavaScript community grows so does the selection of helpful sources. Here are ten that you need to know

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As the JavaScript community grows so does the selection of helpful sources. Here are ten that you need to know

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ESLint

Provides static code analysis for your JavaScript, ensuring that you’re not making syntax mistakes.


Visual Studio Code

An open-source editor that provides support for debugging Node.js applications within the editor.


Atom

Another open source editor that has a huge amount of packages available for adding further features.


JSCS

Code style checker for JavaScript, ensures you properly format code and can enforce usage rules.


Gulp

Enables you to automate and improve the workflow of your project. Tasks can be defined to check code, run optimisations, organise files and much more.


npm

Manages JavaScript modules and applications for you. It installs them so that they are globally available or locally for a single project to use.


Karma

Karma will help you run test code to ensure that any parts of your application code correctly executes.


Babel

Vital for using future JavaScript syntax, today. Takes your ES6/7 code and recompiles it to more compatible ES5-based JavaScript.


Lodash

A JavaScript utility library that helps with a large amount of common programming tasks.


Webpack

Bundles JavaScript modules for production. Helps perform preprocessing tasks for low loading times.


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