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NuSphere Partners with Parallels (ISV Initiative)
September 14, 2007 @ 09:32:00

On the php|architect website today, Elizabeth Naramore mentions a move that NuShphere, creators of the PhpEd IDE for PHP, have teamed up with the Parallels Group in their "Partner Program's ISV initiative".

Via the ISV Initiative, NuSphere will make its flagship product, PhpED, which is an award-winning PHP Integrated Development Environment (PHP IDE) favored for its power, speed, ease of use, exceptional PHP debugging capabilities, and fully configurable user interface, available to the Mac and Linux communities through use of Parallels desktop virtualization products, which include Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac and Parallels Workstation 2.2 for Windows and Linux.

The collaboration between the two is bringing one of the more popular PHP IDEs over to the Mac world in one of the first steps the Paralleles Group has made to bridge the gap between Windows and OS X.

Check out some of Joseph Crawford's thoughts on the collaboration too.

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