The one I like the most for basic coding is Zend Studio 5.5.1

but that's me, it's java based so it's cross-platform, but being java based
is also part of the down side.

imo, Zend Studio for Eclipse is overly complex and was just an utter waste
of time on Zend's behalf.

I would have preferred them developing a better gui based on 5/5.5 than in
rewriting the entire thing to work on the Eclipse framework; but i guess it
saved them a lot of time re-inventing the wheel.

Zend Studio 5.5.1 for me thanks.

It's not the shizz for javascript or css, (one of the things i was hoping
for improvements with in 6) but it suits me fine.

On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 5:25 PM, Jesper Sjöquist

> Hi all,
> I'd like to hear what your favorite program is for coding JavaScript,
> and prototype in particular!
> I'm using Dreamweaver CS3 myself and have been for a while, I guess
> its what I'm used to but I'd like to try something new.
> I had high hopes for the updated JavaScript support in Dreamweaver CS4
> and while its better, it does nothing for the frameworks or atleast
> barely nothing for Prototype contrary to what you would be lead to
> belive on Adobes CS4 site.
> I guess what I'm looking for the most is real Intellisense/Code Hints/
> Code Assist (you name it) for Prototype. Subversion integration would
> be a bonus :)
> I have also tried Aptana, and while its a nice enough program, it too
> lacks in the Intellisense department when it comes to Prototype :(
> Lets hear it, show us what YOU think is the best program! :)
> >

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