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Prototype in phpDesigner 7

phpDesigner 7 comes with a built-in JavaScript Editor. Access and work with your JavaScript classes and functions through the code completion and code tip on the fly and easily navigate through your JavaScript with the declaration manager. phpDesigner 7 comes with support for working with all the popular JavaScript frameworks like jQuery, Ext JS, YUI, Dojo Toolkit, MooTools and Prototype!

Prototype

Prototype is a JavaScript Framework that aims to ease development of dynamic web applications. Featuring a unique, easy-to-use toolkit for class-driven development and the nicest Ajax library around, Prototype is quickly becoming the codebase of choice for web application developers everywhere1).

Requirements

By default Prototype is automatic enabled in phpDesigner 7. However, in order to run a script using the classes or functions from Prototype you must either download and place it together with your files or link to it, this is done from the menu JavaScript > Frameworks > Prototype.

If like to disable the support for Prototype in phpDesigner 7. Go to the folder where you installed phpDesigner 7, and edit the file xmlJavaScript-Prototype.xml. Change the value, and and restart phpDesigner 7:

<module name="Prototype" disabled="False">

to

<module name="ExtJS" disabled="True">

Working with Prototype in phpDesigner 7

Navigation

You can easily navigate and browse all listed classes and functions in Prototype from the menu Go to. Select Project Declaration > All. You can filter all the listed classes and functions by type and name.

Code Completion

The Code completion for JavaScript will be displayed on the fly as you continue to write your code and is able to detect the context and display JavaScript items based on the context. You need to be inside a JavaScript block in order to access all classes and functions listed in Prototype. The Code Completion will be automatic triggered once typing. For manual triggering simply press 'CTRL+SPACE'.

Disable the Code completion from the menu Tools > Preferences > Editor > Code completion > Disable.

Code Tip

The contextual Code Tip for JavaScript helps you complete predefined functions from Prototype easily by automatically showing the expected parameters for the current function. You need to be inside a JavaScript block in order to work with all listed classes and functions in Prototype using the Code Tip. It is automatic triggered on the fly as you continue to write your code or manually invoked by pressing CTRL.