Integrated Browser

  • Features

Many Web-centric IDEs will allow you to launch the page you are currently working on into an external browser. CFEclipse allows you to open a browser window inside the IDE itself. This is very similar to what you get in both DreamWeaver and Homesite. The difference in CFEclipse is that you can specify a single root URL for a project and always have that URL loaded when you fire up the browser. CFEclipse also allows you to have two tabbed browsers active. This allows you to review the page you are working on, as well as keep  Livedocs or any other Web site at your fingertips.