Is there a JS Console in Atom


#1

Hello. I am just asking if there is a JavaScript Console in Atom, so I can use console.log(); ?


#2

View -> Developer -> Toggle Developer Tools


#3

Thank You, but how do I run the code and produce an output?


#4

What are you trying to do?


#5

I am trying to run JavaScript code.


#6

Drop the following in your init.coffee and reload Atom.

console.log("Hello!")

You have successfully executed JavaScript. Huzzah.


#7

I’m looking for something similar. I recently jumped from ST to Atom. I would like to execute a basic function from Atom editor and se the output. In Sublime Text you can create something like this with Build Systems. Is there anything like that in Atom? I will give you an example.


#8

You could try script


#9

script package build is failing, is there another one out there?


#10

Try hydrogen and the ijavascript kernel.


#11

You should have Git installed and in your path for script to install.


#12

I’ve just come across this thread and thought if you are still wanting a JS console for Atom this might help you.

:smile:


#13

Hi. noob here…

  1. where is the installer package for atom-js-console?
  2. why doesn’t the package show up in a search within Atom – is the extension abandoned?

thank you!


#14

It shows up for me. I just had to scroll down a ways.


#15

Thank you. My error - When I searched, I was in the Packages section, not the Install section.