JSDB from Aptana Studio

Aptana Studio is a great free IDE for JavaScript. By default, you can use the its Jaxer engine to interpret your JavaScript code. However, if you prefer to use JSDB, a more console-oriented interpreted based on Mozilla SpiderMonkey, keep reading. This will set you up so that from Aptana Studio, you can write JS code, and interpret it by hitting F5 and seeing results in the bottom panel.

1. Select External Tools


2. Enter the following in the textboxes:


Make sure the path to your project doesn’t have spaces! (bug with Eclipse)

3. Set the hotkey to F5 so it runs the external tool: