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.

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

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Yes, we use it at work.

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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Just out of curiosity, did you down vote my post, and if so why?