While scouring the internet looking for Node.js tools, I came across Nide. Nide is a web-based IDE designed specifically for Node.js. The Nide IDE is available both as a command-line tool and as a standalone Mac app. I’ve been trying out Nide for the past few days and I absolutely recommend it to anyone developing in Node.js.
- Project tree display
- File operations (create/delete/rename files and folders, hide/show hidden files)
- Syntax highlighted code editing for multiple programming languages
- OS X Lion-style automatic save
- OS X Lion-style version management with revert and side-by-side editing features
- Real time project tree filtering (using regular expressions)
- NPM integration (display currently installed packages, add/remove packages, automatically update package.json)
- Image previewing.
- HTML previewing.
- HTTP authentication (for running Nide on a public server)
- Node.JS Documentation browsing
Additional features and documentation can be found at http://coreh.github.io/nide/.