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Eclipse-JavaScript IDE has embedded all JavaScript Libraries like jQuery, MooTools, etc so applies code completion, to what ever is implemented, along with plain JavaScript?

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Visual Studio 2010 has auto completion as well (yes, for JavaScript). You can also step into the code for debugging.

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what about auto completion for JavaScript Libraries like jQuery, MooTools, etc not plain js?

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Includes most libraries in the IDE?
you mean Visual Studio 2010 IDE?
what about Eclipse-JavaScript IDE?

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Includes most libraries in the IDE:

No, since most of the libraries change on a fairly regular basis but does include jQuery. It's easy enough to add the once you are using.

you mean Visual Studio 2010 IDE:

Not really sure what you are asking here.

what about Eclipse-JavaScript IDE:

I've never used Eclipse and again, I have no idea what you are asking.

All I am trying to say is that Visual Studio also has JavaScript auto complete and also allows you to debug JavaScript which includes stepping through the code and using break points.

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