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Zend/Eclipse Webcast Posted - PHP Development Tools 1.0
October 04, 2007 @ 07:51:00

If you didn't get a chance to attend the Zend/Eclipse webinar announcing the stable release of their PHP Development Tools software (PDT 1.0), you still have a chance to get caught back up to speed. They've posted the webcast over on the Eclipse Live website.

This webinar will include a short history about the PHP Development Tools framework project, some statistical information (downloads, committers, bugs) and a demonstration of the project. The demonstration includes the different perspectives (PHP and PHP Debug) and the different views under each perspective.

We will go through the creation of a PHP project, a PHP file and a debug session, where we will illustrate the debug features. During the presentation we will also see the relations to the WTP project which the PHP project is based on.

It runs about an hour and you'll need Flash to check i tout, but it's an interesting look into the software and some of the thoughts/ideas/support that currently surround it.

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