There is currently Tern support for the following editors:
Follow the links to find instructions on how to install the plugins.
There are two mailing lists for the project, a low-volume one for announcements at tern-announce, and an open one where everyone can post at tern-dev. For reporting bugs, I prefer that you use the github issue tracker.
Code contributions are welcome, preferably through pull requests.
If you are getting value out of Tern, especially if you are using it in a for-profit way, consider funding further development by setting up a monthly contribution. The maintainer (Marijn Haverbeke) is available for Tern-related consulting work.
Current funding status:
The reference manual should be your first stop for figuring out how to use Tern.
If you are interested in the way the system works internally, take a look at this blog post.
29-04-2015: Version 0.11
25-03-2015: Version 0.10
02-03-2015: Version 0.9
|characters separating alternatives. Such types are also allowed in JSDoc comments.
ecma6.jsontype definition, which adds some new variables and properties from ES6. (note that this is still a far way off from real ES6 support.)
13-01-2015: Version 0.8
@typedefin doc_comments plugin
fullDocsoption to retrieve entire doc comment blocks
definePropertyand getter/setter properties
moduleobject in RequireJS's simplified CommonJS mode
14-08-2014: Version 0.7
isPropertyfields to completion query JSON repsonses
06-06-2014: Version 0.6.2
Small update release that fixes a crash affecting asynchronous loading of files.
06-06-2014: Version 0.6
~/.tern-configdefault config file
timeoutfield in requests, to limit their running time
10-10-2013: Version 0.5
condensetool, tests added.
thisin non-method calls.
Object.<key,value>-style types in the doc_comment plugin.
12-08-2013: Version 0.4
timersmodules to node plugin.
10-07-2013: Version 0.3
node_exportsquery type added.
11-06-2013: Version 0.2
03-05-2013: Version 0.1
First numbered release. Should be considered beta status, but useable enough to test.