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IDE for Java, PHP (LAMP) and c

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by minirich, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. minirich

    minirich Newbie

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    if you are searching for an ide take a look at eclipse

    hxxp: //ww*w.eclipse.o*rg
    Its open source, it's frequently released, it has many different packages to use and it's the only ide i know which is so flexible in layout (put your windows where you like it.) and purpopse (you can have a layout for programming, debugging, deploying and versioning.)


    If you have any questions about it, don't bother and contact their community.
    Mike
     
  2. phpnull

    phpnull Newbie

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    I send Zend Studio for PHP coding. How do you compare eclipse with Zend Studio if you have used it ?
     
  3. minirich

    minirich Newbie

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    i just use the java versions.
    the things i did in php didn't require a specific PHP-ide. just the text editor were enough.

    have a nice day
    Mike
     
  4. blackrain010

    blackrain010 Junior Member

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    For LAMP, I would use ZEND or Dreamweaver.

    Java gets very little use in Blackhat SEO and c is generally not used in web programming much...unless your programming apache modules.
     
  5. minirich

    minirich Newbie

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    yes right. c was used to programm cgi.
    that was before php became widely known.
     
  6. dvdcowboy

    dvdcowboy Junior Member

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    I use bluefish.
     
  7. dacash

    dacash Registered Member

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    I use netbeans 6, has java, php, javascript, c, c++ and more.
     
  8. chc89

    chc89 Junior Member

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    Netbeans or sun one studio is the best one for java. For php I use Dreamweaver for windows and Zend developer.
     
  9. livelybrowser

    livelybrowser Senior Member

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    Eclipse is good for Java programmer. Not so good for C and PHP programmer. I think.
     
  10. zugil

    zugil Newbie

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    i really like PIDA for python. its especially good if you know vim.
     
  11. Trota

    Trota Regular Member

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    i love netbeans...! :)
     
  12. heiska

    heiska Junior Member

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    IntelliJ IDEA > *. Seriously, if you are looking for a professional Java IDE, IntelliJ IDEA is the best.
     
  13. drkenneth

    drkenneth Executive VIP

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    I agree--Netbeans kicks ass. I use it professionally for Java development.

    Then, when doing blackhat, I can easily switch over to deal with PHP. Right now I have it allowing me to edit local copies of my source in the editor. Hit "run" to upload all changes to the remote server and open it in a browser. Also, Netbeans allows you to administer SQL servers right though its interface.

    Not to mention it has all the documentation for PHP functions built in, so i can type "mysql" and hit ctrl+space, and see all the different sql database commands, summary of what they do, as well as all the different variants. (Taking diff numbers of arguments) Just pick one, hit enter, and I'm off and running. Does the same for functions that I have made and included comments on; so I don't forget what my dbcampaigns_removeProductsFullProduct($dbdata, $campaignid) command does and the arguments when I need it.