Nodeclipse is a plugin that adds IDE functionality to the Eclipse for the Node.
The purpose of Nodeclipse is to create an environment in which development of Node is easy for a beginner to professional user.


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One-stop shop for Node.js tools. We can't develop everything at once, but we let you know what are the best things around for Node.js development with Eclipse.

We have released version 0.3 . Now, you can try it. And enjoy!

What's new (ver 0.3)


If you have not installed Nodejs yet, please install it first.
Then, please install Express as follows.

$sudo npm install -g express

Drag and drop into a running Eclipse Indigo workspace to install Nodeclipse.

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Generating of Express project

  1. Select the [File]-[New]-[Project] menu.
  2. Select [Node]-[Express Project], and push [Next] button.
  3. Enter [Project name], and push [Finish] button.


  1. Open the JavaScript source files that you want to set breakpoints.
  2. Double-click on the ruler at the left end of the line you want to set a breakpoint.
  3. If you want to remove a breakpoint, double-click on the ruler again.
  4. Select the main source file of Node Application on the Project Explorer, open the context menu by right-clicking, select the [Debug As]-[Node Application] menu.

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You can also clone the project with Git by running:

$ git clone git://
$ git clone git://
$ git clone git://
$ git clone git://


Please report the bugs. Please visit the Nodeclipse forum(Mailing list).