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