Bart Copeland, ActiveState President and CEO, says “Komodo has long been a hallmark of efficient application development. With its seamless Stackato integration, Komodo 7.1 makes it easy for developers to innovate using the language that’s right for their enterprise, and then – with Stackato – deploy effortlessly to the cloud.”
According to the announcement, Komodo IDE 7.1 offers improved performance to facilitate faster web application development, including: automatic variable highlighting; new Source Code Control push capabilities; debugging of cloud-deployed apps within the ActiveState Stackato Platform-as-a-Service environment; and support for PHP 5.4, Node.js 0.8, Python 3.3, Perl 5.16, and Ruby 1.9.3. Additionally, the Komodo IDE 7.1 language extension feature lets users add their own language or improve on an existing one.
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