I'm definitely curious and want to check out the debugging tools,
performance analyzer, and database connectivity tools provided by PHPEd.

I get the impression most developers do not integrate coding and content.
Is this correct?


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These first two things are immediately obvious to even first time users and 
will speed things up, but the real benefits come from other items such as a 
integrated debugging tools, performance analyzers, a good class browser, 
and built in database connectivity.  If you're working in a team 
environment having an IDE which has built-in support for a content 
verification system can also be a huge advantage.  Again, these features 
will only benefit someone who knows how to use them.

Unfortunately I have yet to find a truly good PHP IDE.  The two best I've 
found to date are NuSphere's PHPEd 3.0.0 (which unfortunately has dozens of 
minor, but annoying bugs) and the Zend IDE (which is very nice, but it 
crawls on anything but the fastest systems).  If either of these fix the 
for-mentioned issues I'd be the first in line to purchase them.
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