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thehippy

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About thehippy

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  1. Coming off Eclipse PDT then NetBeans to phpStorm has been a pleasure. NetBeans took a great deal for me to setup the way I wanted it to work, debugger, command line php tools, et cetera. phpStorm on the other hand is about as ready to go as an IDE can be, notably has integration with PHPUnit, phing, phpdoc and github, has good XML tools and works as a JS editor. If you find NetBeans a bit of a memory hog, phpStorm is a bit better and more responsive, not as good as the jump from Eclipse to NetBeans, but noticeable none the less. The code inspection is much more robust in phpStorm, not only
  2. Been using NetBeans for awhile but I thought I'd give JetBrains PHPStorm a try. Its a very nice product, quick, excellent code completion and does double duty as a js/css IDE which I find myself using more and more lately. I may actually pay for an IDE, didn't think I'd ever say that. JetBrains made IntelliJ IDEA the Java IDE if anyone is familiar with it, good quality products out of that company.
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