On Sun, May 24, 2009 at 7:47 PM, Eddie Drapkin <oorza...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I use Zend Studip (I coughed up the fee, and it's worth it) for PHP, JS,
> HTML and CSS> THere's a WYSIWYG HTML editor built in, and that's the only
> drawback I hear from a lot of people about PHP IDE's. And, it's built on
> Eclipse, so while I work on WIndows at work, I can keep the exact same setup
> I huse at home which is linux.
> If you're willing to pay for Dreamweaver, at least download the trial from
> Zend and give it a shot. It's better than the other Eclipse IDEs (I've
> tried all the ones I've heard of) and any other IDE I've played with (which
> includes phpEdit).
> On Sun, May 24, 2009 at 4:04 PM, Al <n...@ridersite.org> wrote:
>> Casey wrote:
>>> Hi list,
>>> I'm looking for a nice, user (i.e. me) friendly general-purpose IDE,
>>> where most of my work will be done in PHP.
>>> I'm considering using Dreamweaver CS4 as my IDE, where I will disable
>>> most of the WYSIWYG elements and use all of the other features that I
>>> need/want (contextual syntax coloring and project management).
>>> But before I try that, are there any suggestions from all you experts out
>>> - Casey
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I've been using Netbeans 6.7beta for php at work for the last 2 weeks.
It has a much lighter footprint than Eclipse.
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