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Summary:statistics
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Author:José Filipe Lopes Santos
Date:2009-05-13 10:32:59
Update:2009-05-14 04:53:44
 

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Josť Filipe Lopes Santos
2009-05-13 18:18:27
Very good article !! loool

Yes, it has so many many php developers ... !!
Web applications and services is an it area, does not exhaust ... it has so many many new apps, new services and there maintenance ... !!

Personaly im a Linux and Firefox user, and i'm very happy to see that firefox and Linux iss gainning market share ... !!

I dont like Firebug, its a great addon to firefox, but as they cath all JavaScript bugs, the firefox stay more slow ... !!
But maybe it has changed ... !!

I Think that a good statistics is to see what IDE's using PHP developers ... !!
Personaly im using Zend Studio for Eclipse, thats one of the best IDE for PHP Developers ... !! :-)

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Fernando Javier Martin
2009-05-14 04:53:44 - In reply to message 1 from Josť Filipe Lopes Santos
Hello Manuel and Filipe (and everybody there).

I could define myself as a not-so-newby to PHP since I started working with it just 2 years ago.

However I personally think that for fully web development (as I'm) there's no one who could compare to FireBug.
Furthermore, many other complements from FireXXX help me in the daily dev.

Regarding IDEs I tried Zend Studio for Eclipse, Aptana and Netbeans.
My taste made that I felt no comfortable with Zend, mostly when writing plain HTML/CSS.

Aptana reached the second place in the podium due to its ability to run multiple browser right inside itself and other small stuff.

And finally, I really prefer Netbeans. There are many small things that make me happy working with it.

Ok, just my thoughts...

P.S.: I'm really proud to be part of PHPClasses community since almost my early coding.


Kind Regards,
Fernando (aka Pampa)
Buenos Aires (ARG)