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Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by troxy, Jul 28, 2015.

  1. troxy

    troxy Registered Member

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    hey i'm learning programming and i need a IDE but there is a lot of them and i don't know which one i should use,can you suggest me a great IDE for javascript,php,ruby,perl,...?
     
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    Teejayy Registered Member

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    I would suggest you ECLIPSE. Once you get used it is really easy!
     
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    extremeboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Eclipse is good but for android development Google is withdrawing it's support soon.
     
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    sublime text :)
     
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    Eclipse and Sublime! Any will do, depends on where you are comfortable.
     
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    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Moved to the proper section.
     
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    If you're using opensource languages like PHP, Ruby and Perl. I'd image you may be using a *NIX based operating system like OSX or Linux. I'd recommend "vim", as it's easily available on most systems. It's a powerful text editor that's totally customizable. You can easily turn it into an IDE. VIM offers syntax highlighting for almost all languages and with a plugin or two you can have syntax checking and autocomplete. Google "VIM IDE" to find VIM's wiki page. Best part is VIM is free.

    good luck
     
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    I've been using Brackets in recent months and I have ditched just about everything else for it.
    You really don't need an ide for web languages. I usually stick with something that gives me syntax highlighting and a file tree.

    But as was said, try out different editors as there are plenty of free ones and it comes down to preference.
     
  9. SodaPopinsky

    SodaPopinsky Newbie

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    Hello dude, for javascript there is an great online IDE called jsfiddle. Php is a weakly typed language so I'd recommend using a text editor like notepad++, or sublime. (preferably np++ because its free). It has an ftp option and also language coloring. Haven't programed in python or ruby, but my guess is this would work just well for them both. Happy coding :happy:
     
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    If you're looking for a commercial solution I would say PHPStorm is the way to go.

    Or if you're a student you can get a free license from them as well.

    Otherwise you can take a look at NetBeans.
     
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    Look at JetBrains solutions - great IDEs for most popular languages
     
  12. devil157

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    Please take a look at PHPStorm, very nice features!