I decided to add JavaScript to the list of codes I study regularly. So now I’m studying JavaScript, Java, and Apex.

I’m using a Udemy course which I purchased a few months ago.

So far I have downloaded the text editor Brackets. And tinkered with the JavaScript console on Google chrome.

I was curious about the difference between an editor and an IDE and found this answer:

A good text editor may be nice for writing code, but most of your programming isn’t spent writing; it’s spent testing and debugging, and for that you want your text editor to integrate with your compiler and your debugger. That’s the greatest strength of an IDE.

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