everyone I know who uses dreamweaver does so because the people that are supervising the project want to use dreamweaver, otherwise I haven't found anyone who actually liked using it. So I don't know if that actually means anything but that's the way it is.
I guess it would be important to remember that as long as you clearly understand what you are doing it hardly matters whether you use notepad or something much more sophisticated, which also completes a bunch of tasks for you. I just went back and read the original post and realized the recent discussion has nothing to do with it. Awesome. On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 9:50 AM, Tim Thorburn <immor...@nwconx.net> wrote: > On 1/2/2011 5:56 PM, Adolfo Olivera wrote: > >> Thanks for the replies. I'll just put a php on all my html containing php. >> A little of topic. Wich IDE are you guys using. I'm sort of in a catch >> twenty two here. I been alternating vim and dreamweaver. I'm trying to go >> 100% open source, but I really find dreamweaver easier to use so far. >> > While I may get shot for saying this - I wouldn't worry too much about > being "100% open source". Use whatever gets the job done, period. If > you're more comfortable with Dreamweaver, stick with Dreamweaver. In my > day-to-day work I'll end up using a combination of Dreamweaver, Eclipse, and > Notepad++, along with a little Pico/Nano to do quick edits on the server. I > know a few people who swear by NetBeans, though I haven't felt the need to > try yet another editor just now. I tend to prefer an editor that has code > completion - sometimes makes for less typo mistakes and such, but that's > just a personal preference, non-code completion is just as fine. > > Now, onto the real debate - editor color scheme and font choices! (Don't > reply, I know better ... I just had to >.>) > > -- Mujtaba