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Which Editor do you use?

Discussion in 'PHP' started by poytspot, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. sagenepal

    sagenepal Banned

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    #21
    Pnotepad (programmer's notepad)
    SEMrush
    I don't know where i downloaded but it's free and easy and best for me.
     
    sagenepal, Feb 6, 2008 IP
    SEMrush
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    WebHostingNerds.com Peon

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    dreamweaver, pspad, aptana, eclipse, notepad++
    nano if I'm using a shell
     
    WebHostingNerds.com, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    Zend Studio is the best for PHP
     
    picobello, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    EditPlus, but now I've just seen Notepad++ .... :)
     
    szalinski, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    #25
    I have been using TextPad to code for the web for years and find it the best over all editor. It is fast. Easy to create macros and perform multi file changes.
     
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    #26
    notepad for win and nano for linux
     
    bond1, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    Also for Linux (Ubunut)...

    Quanta Plus for larger projects.
    Gedit for small test scripts and one-off projects.

    - Walkere
     
    walkere, Feb 6, 2008 IP
  8. Richard R

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    #28
    I use either Notepad, or Dreamweaver.
     
    Richard R, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    #29
    Notepad2 rocks! It color coordinates your coding so you can catch yourself sometimes BEFORE you make a mistake in the coding.
     
    JWRmedia, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    DomainCo.US Well-Known Member

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    Eclipse user here
     
    DomainCo.US, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    Zend Development Environment or Dreamweaver 8

    ^^,
     
    bartolay13, Feb 6, 2008 IP
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    #33
    homesite for life
     
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    #34
    I'm using Notepad++ on Windows and SciTE on Linux.

    And sometimes, when I use an old computer, I use "vim".
     
    Adrians, Feb 7, 2008 IP
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    notepad
    adobe dreamweaver cs3
    microsoft frontpage
    etc.
     
    ts1993, Feb 7, 2008 IP
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    I have used NuSphere as a PhP IDE and I am very satisfied. I saw people talking about phpeclipse and I even saw this video codervods.com/VideoPage.aspx?ID=924&&category=PHP and I would ask someone who has used both which is better. Thanks.
     
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    PHP Designer without a shadow of a doubt.

    Runs through your code as you write it, so you can see errors such as missed semi-colons instantly, all the normal code highlighting and an awesome code reference, it even understands user created classes perfectly, so if you're typing say:

    $name = new Class;
    $name->function($var1, $var2, [... $varx]);

    It will popup with the required variables in each game, particularly awesome if you've already documented your code properly.

    www.phpdesigner.dk

    Dan
     
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    Notepad++ on Win and Bluefish on Slack. Also Aptana on both
     
    xlcho, Jul 7, 2008 IP
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    Geany or gedit
     
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    #40
    PSpad is a great freeware editor for php, html, any code.

    Thats what I use. I used to use PHP Designer 2007/8 until the trial expired.
     
    nosleepno, Jul 7, 2008 IP