JavaScript is used for many different kinds of applications today. Most often, JavaScript works with HTML5 and CSS to build web front ends. But JavaScript also helps build mobile applications, and it has found an important place on the back end in the form of Node.js servers. Fortunately, JavaScript development tools—both editors and IDEs—are rising to meet the new challenges.

Application lifecycle management (ALM) integration in Visual Studio 2017 is very good. I would happily use Visual Studio 2017 as my IDE for JavaScript if I were working primarily on Windows-based computers on projects using Microsoft technologies, especially ones that included Azure deployments and those of enterprise scale.

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