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Which PHP-Editor do you think is the best?

Which PHP-Editor, according to you is the best?  

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  1. 1. Which PHP-Editor, according to you is the best?

    • Dreamweaver
      109
    • Maguma
      0
    • Komodo
      7
    • PHP Designer
      27
    • Eclipse
      21
    • Homesite
      1
    • PHPEdit
      8
    • Quanta Plus
      5
    • Vim
      14
    • BBEdit
      4
    • Zend Studio
      25
    • Other
      85
    • Notepad++
      49
    • HTML Kit
      7
    • Netbeans
      10


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dw is the one for XP dev, would like to try some free ones to see if XP dev is possible any sugesstions ?

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Komodo! Especially 4.x versions where the project stays in sync with the file system, that was a major pain in 3.x versions. The auto-complete is really good and it supports a lot of languages.

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I'd love if I could use Eclipse...

 

The problem is that my boss want the people here to work trough FTP...

 

Now I'm using E TextEditor + NetDrive. I'm almost buying it, but it still needs some fixes...

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As in the eclipse framework? That's supported in ZDE6.

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Hei! I voted for Zend. I've been using it for the last years and never had any problems.

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But most of the time I work without an editor

 

Yeah, sometimes I like to turn my monitor off when I'm programming.

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Yeah, I disconnect my keyboard when I'm feeling really hardcore.

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But most of the time I work without an editor

 

Yeah, sometimes I like to turn my monitor off when I'm programming.

Yeah, I disconnect my keyboard when I'm feeling really hardcore.

Hah!

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I use Rapid PHP... Its a really good editor when needed... But most of the time I work without an editor.

But most of the time I work without an editor

 

Yeah, sometimes I like to turn my monitor off when I'm programming.

Yeah, I disconnect my keyboard when I'm feeling really hardcore.

Hah!

The old 'let-the-butterfly-do-the-work' technique? :)

The old 'let-the-butterfly-do-the-work' technique? :)

Ahh, the ever amusing XKCD :)

 

somtimes i turn off my pc and im still working

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Zend 5...

 

bought it and use it now as a professional developer.

 

I tried zend 6 and didnt like it to me it brought to many problems when i was developing...wasnt collasping code correctly etc...

Zend 5 is by far the best as what I'd say really helps developing.

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Well,

 

DreamWeaver is not a good PHP editor, it has nothing that makes it stand out for PHP. You might as well be using notepad with color coding.

 

Eclipse with the PDT plugin is a real IDE - DreamWeaver's got nothing on it for PHP development.

 

 

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Dreamwewer is most widely used, But I used e text editor. And I like it, small, portable, not heavy, full text control etc :)

 

Faisal!

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While it is not specifically a PHP editor Coda by Panic Software is the best editor I have ever used! I really cant even say enough about it!

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Debugging with XDebug within Eclipse is pretty amazing with projects of any relative complexity. That, and project management has been unmatched in the many IDE's I have tried (Netbeans PHP Plugin, Geany, Kate, Vim (Love vim, just no project support (that i know of))

 

I have seen some pretty amazing things that Emacs can do, but their control scheme is way too crazy for me.

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Dreamweaver in Code View for me - best thing you can use, especially with it's in-built FTP facility. Before that I used Notepad++ and Programmers Notepad; Notepad++'s FTP section isn't really good at all - you have to refresh the connection and other times the FTP program won't save modified files of mine... at least it did the job?

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i belive that rapidphp is good, one feature i like is it has a live preview similar to dreamweavers (except it acctually displays it properly) and the live preview also parses php, very handy, it has all the features of dreamweaver jsut more php orientated, it has a handy function to install it to your flash drive so you can use it whereever you go, it also has the option to replace the ie source viewer with it

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