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IDE for Laszlo is an Eclipse-based development environment for debugging, editing, creating, and testing applications based on the LZ
IDE for Laszlo is an Eclipse-based development environment for debugging, editing, creating, and testing applications based on the LZX declarative mark-up language.
The Laszlo Platform is an open-source platform for the development and delivery of Rich Internet applications (see http://www.openlaszlo.org for more information) where the LZX XML mark-up is used to create the user interfaces.
How can the IDE for Laszlo benefit me?
Installing the IDE for Laszlo within Eclipse yields a comprehensive development environment for creating and testing Laszlo applications. The IDE provides a rich editing environment for the LZX mark-up language, including XML and script-based content assistance, XML syntax highlighting, and XML code formatting. The editor is supported by Palette, Properties, and Outline views. These views allow you to Drag and Drop new LZX elements into the editor, edit attributes, and modify the LZX document structure within a tree representation.
To ease development, the IDE enables you to preview a Laszlo application within the Eclipse environment. Debug capabilities include the ability to inspect variables, change object properties, and evaluate script expressions at runtime. Markers can be applied to reflect compilation and syntax errors.
When development is completed, the resulting applications can then be deployed either as a SOLO or proxied application.
Full Eclipse 3.1 SDK and the Eclipse Web Standard Tools (WST), along with the OpenLaszlo 3.1.1 distribution
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