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Best Editor For Php??

Discussion in 'PHP' started by ggiindia, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. Skovy

    Skovy Greenhorn

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    #101
    Yea, I just happened to understand that one and I was proud of myself... the rest of the references you just made kind of went over my head.
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  2. deathshadow

    deathshadow Acclaimed Member

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    #102
    In the merry old land of OT...

    Sierra Hotel -- "**** Hot"

    I will use the word 'fouled' -- The F is actually, well... you know.

    SNAFU -- Situation Normal, All Fouled Up.

    TARFU -- Things are REALLY Fouled up.

    FUBAR -- Fouled up beyond all recognition -- this one is where the programmer practice of using the variables "foo" and "bar" in example code came from.

    BOHICA -- Bend over, here it comes again!

    "When I want my men to remember something important, to really make it stick, I give it to them double dirty. It may not sound nice to some bunch of little old ladies at an afternoon tea party, but it helps my soldiers to remember. You can't run an army without profanity; and it has to be eloquent profanity. An army without profanity couldn't fight it's way out of a piss-soaked paper bag.... As for the types of comments I make -- Sometimes I just, by God, get carried away with my own eloquence." -- Gen. George S. Patton Jr.
     
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  3. Spixels

    Spixels Member

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    #103
    I'd have to second this. I switched from Zend to PHPStorm and it is extremely better. Def worth the price
     
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  4. Jeremy Benson

    Jeremy Benson Active Member

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    #104
    Microsoft released Expression Web 4 for free. It's similar to DreamWeaver... did have a price range in the hundreds... Best thing I've used... aside from being a bit simpler than DreamWeaver it's pretty darn good.... All html, php, and javascript you'll need with very simple type interface and split design screen.... That with WAMP for server to run php code and you'll be gold :)
     
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  5. Graex

    Graex Greenhorn

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    #105
    Nice reviving of a 1 year old thread. Time to "unwatch".
     
    Graex, May 13, 2014 IP
  6. Spixels

    Spixels Member

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    #106
    Lol that's why I replied, I was watching the thread as well. But this discussion is good to watch to see what other IDE's pop out that maybe you would miss. There were a few mentions that I never tried.

    Also just to throw in. Coda for Mac is pretty nice, but mainly their iPad version. Does anyone know of an IDE for tablet, mainly Android? I haven't seen any.
     
    Spixels, May 13, 2014 IP
  7. Alastair Gilfillan

    Alastair Gilfillan Active Member

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    #107
    Although it's flexible, it seems like you have to get through a maze of drop-downs to find the simplest of actions. I prefer Gedit which is impressively light-weight and modular so you can add as much or as little functionality t it without being already at tipping point from something like JRE. The sky's the limit with the plugins available out there - you can add a terminal emulator FFS!

    I'd never heard of PHPStorm but it's just a forked ItelliJ IDEA with a pricetag? Doesn't sound that amazing. Have you tried Oracle's NetBeans? It isn't lightweight (so I avoid it on underpowered laptops).
     
    Alastair Gilfillan, May 13, 2014 IP
  8. Alastair Gilfillan

    Alastair Gilfillan Active Member

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    #108
    An IDE that runs on Android devices? Have you ever tried searching for any? :p

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    Alastair Gilfillan, May 13, 2014 IP
  9. digitalpoint

    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    #109
    IDE on a tablet might be the worst idea ever. lol

    That being said, I recently converted from Zend Studio to PhpStorm (and I was a big fan of Zend Studio, so that's saying a lot).
     
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  10. Alastair Gilfillan

    Alastair Gilfillan Active Member

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    #110
    Say; you're in-transit and need to make some critical updates...I could think of a lot worse ideas than having an IDE on your tablet as a back-up plan, @digitalpoint ;-)
     
    Alastair Gilfillan, May 13, 2014 IP
  11. FTS!

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    #111
    Notepad++ is fine, though I can use regular Notepad or any other text editor.
     
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  12. Alastair Gilfillan

    Alastair Gilfillan Active Member

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    #112
    Glad to hear it!
     
    Alastair Gilfillan, May 13, 2014 IP
  13. Spixels

    Spixels Member

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    #113
    No, I actually haven't searched in quite some time as I don't have a tablet, but was considering getting an iPad just for Coda. I do have an Android phone though and see there's a php editor that works decent on it. It's nice to do some editing on the go or on the couch to take a break from a stiff chair. All and all it's good to see new apps are being created.

    Also someone mentioned something about PHPStorm just being a rehash of their main platform geared towards PHP. I got PHPStorm for work and didnt' have to pay for it, but I did buy PyCharm for home and it does seem like a rehash. I wonder if it really needed to be repackaged specifically for each language. Maybe it's more effiicent or maybe it's just a marketing ploy to make more. Either way it doesn't take away from it being a great product. Wish I had more time to try a few other IDEs. Actually if I had the time I'd just master VIM as it has tons of plugins to make it a formidable IDE, just needs time to remember all the shortcuts. One day!
     
    Spixels, May 13, 2014 IP
  14. nico_swd

    nico_swd Prominent Member

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  15. Alastair Gilfillan

    Alastair Gilfillan Active Member

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    #115
    I don't know what the situation is with iOS but t's not too difficult to set up a local web server on an Android device so you really have a mobile development environment (versus a text-editor and FTP client). It might not seem like a big difference but if you're working somewhere with an unreliable (or nonexistent) connection to the internet... :D
     
    Alastair Gilfillan, May 19, 2014 IP
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    w3bs Well-Known Member

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    #116
    I use Notepad ++
     
    w3bs, May 20, 2014 IP
  17. Alastair Gilfillan

    Alastair Gilfillan Active Member

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    #117
    Good to hear!

    It found it was the best lightweight, IDE-like option for Windows. It certainly has a lot of features hidden in context menus.
     
    Alastair Gilfillan, May 20, 2014 IP
  18. h2theme

    h2theme Member

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    #118
    Sublime is best for Php programming.
     
    h2theme, May 20, 2014 IP
  19. Alastair Gilfillan

    Alastair Gilfillan Active Member

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    #119
    No it isn't.
     
    Alastair Gilfillan, May 20, 2014 IP
  20. michaelrivera

    michaelrivera Peon

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    #120
    start with Notepad++
     
    michaelrivera, May 22, 2014 IP