In a new post to the php|architect blog Marco Tabini asks the developers out there "are IDEs still relevant" in your development practices?
PHP developers are firmly entrenched in two camps: those who use text editors, and those who prefer the added power-at the cost of added complexity-that IDEs bring to the table. What's your take?
He looks at some of the more traditional IDE options - Zend Studio, Komodo, Aptana - but also mentions some of the "hybrids" like TextMate or vim that allow you to interface with other external applications to perform common actions (like FTP or debugging). Be sure to cast your vote on your editor of choice while you're there.