Nuclide: Facebook's New Unified IDE
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 26 March 2015 at 09:05 PM EDT. 10 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
Facebook today announced Nuclide, its latest open-source project, which is an integrated development environment derived from GitHub's Atom editor.

The Nuclide Unified IDE is based on GitHub's Atom editor and designed to work well with Facebook's Hack language, provide built-in support for React / React Native development, and provide other features.

Those wanting to learn more about Facebook's new integrated development environment can visit Nuclide.io.
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