Looking for more information on how to do PHP the right way? Check out PHP: The Right Way

Community News:
NuSphere Releases PhpEd 5.2
Oct 25, 2007 @ 11:29:00

As mentioned by Elizabeth Naramore on the php|architect website, NuSPhere has announced the release of the latest version of their PHP IDE, PhpED 5.2.

Updates in this new edition include a PHP code navigator, code folding, support for custom headers, an embedded Mozilla browser and an improved manual (always a good thing). If you'd like to give it a shot in your development, check out the free trial or get the discount when you buy your own copy.

tagged: phped ide nusphere software develop release phped ide nusphere software develop release

Link:

Community News:
NuSphere Releases PhpEd 5.2
Oct 25, 2007 @ 11:29:00

As mentioned by Elizabeth Naramore on the php|architect website, NuSPhere has announced the release of the latest version of their PHP IDE, PhpED 5.2.

Updates in this new edition include a PHP code navigator, code folding, support for custom headers, an embedded Mozilla browser and an improved manual (always a good thing). If you'd like to give it a shot in your development, check out the free trial or get the discount when you buy your own copy.

tagged: phped ide nusphere software develop release phped ide nusphere software develop release

Link:

Community News:
New Version of Free PhpEd Debugger Released
May 25, 2007 @ 08:14:00

As mentioned by Elizabeth Naramore on the php|architect site, there's a new version of the free debugger from the PhpEd folks that's been released and ready for download - version 2.15.5.

Updates in this latest version include:

  • All php versions from 4.3 up to 5.2 are supported
  • Fixed problem with profiler denominator
  • Pre-compiled binaries for Win32 and Linux
  • Source code

It's not going to be quite as powerful as the one that comes with the full version of PhpEd, but it is still a very useful little app. download it for yourself and give it a try.

tagged: phped debugger release free download phped debugger release free download

Link:

Community News:
New Version of Free PhpEd Debugger Released
May 25, 2007 @ 08:14:00

As mentioned by Elizabeth Naramore on the php|architect site, there's a new version of the free debugger from the PhpEd folks that's been released and ready for download - version 2.15.5.

Updates in this latest version include:

  • All php versions from 4.3 up to 5.2 are supported
  • Fixed problem with profiler denominator
  • Pre-compiled binaries for Win32 and Linux
  • Source code

It's not going to be quite as powerful as the one that comes with the full version of PhpEd, but it is still a very useful little app. download it for yourself and give it a try.

tagged: phped debugger release free download phped debugger release free download

Link:

Hasin Hayder's Blog:
Nusphere PHPEd 5.0 Review
May 14, 2007 @ 15:19:16

Hasin Hayder has posted a review of his own for the latest IDE offering from NuSPhere - the latest in their PHPEd series, version 5.0.

I am using PHPEd for couple of months and I've recently upgraded to their latest edition, 5.0. So I cant resist myself from writing a review of this product.

He breaks it up into "best of" and "worst of" lists and includes an overview of a lot of the features this editor has to offer (including embedded Firefox, integration with the shell and a built-in profiler).

tagged: phped ide nusphere review software phped ide nusphere review software

Link:

Hasin Hayder's Blog:
Nusphere PHPEd 5.0 Review
May 14, 2007 @ 15:19:16

Hasin Hayder has posted a review of his own for the latest IDE offering from NuSPhere - the latest in their PHPEd series, version 5.0.

I am using PHPEd for couple of months and I've recently upgraded to their latest edition, 5.0. So I cant resist myself from writing a review of this product.

He breaks it up into "best of" and "worst of" lists and includes an overview of a lot of the features this editor has to offer (including embedded Firefox, integration with the shell and a built-in profiler).

tagged: phped ide nusphere review software phped ide nusphere review software

Link:

Richard Davey's Blog:
PhpED 5.0 first views
Apr 27, 2007 @ 08:26:13

On Richard Davey's blog today, he has his first looks at one of the more popular PHP IDEs out there (and its latest version, none the less, version 5.0) - PHPEd from NuSphere.

"PhpED 5 is now available. It's the biggest release ever in our 7-year history, with all-new tools for PHP code folding, embedded Mozilla browser, a powerful database form wizard, a completely new look and feel and so much more."

Alllrighty, I'll have me some of that! I logged in, grabbed the new version, backed-up all of my config settings, and installed with fingers crossed. Here is what I've found so far, along with the answer to the million dollar question - are the new features worth the upgrade fee?

He goes through some of the "more needed" features that a lot of developers look for - code folding, a nice, clean, easy to work with interface, and some new features to make it worth the upgrade. Of course, nothing is perfect, so there are a few recommendations he makes - versioning support (CVS and Subversion), the ability to locally stage files, and a useful search and replace.

tagged: phped ide version release codefolding feature improvement phped ide version release codefolding feature improvement

Link:

Richard Davey's Blog:
PhpED 5.0 first views
Apr 27, 2007 @ 08:26:13

On Richard Davey's blog today, he has his first looks at one of the more popular PHP IDEs out there (and its latest version, none the less, version 5.0) - PHPEd from NuSphere.

"PhpED 5 is now available. It's the biggest release ever in our 7-year history, with all-new tools for PHP code folding, embedded Mozilla browser, a powerful database form wizard, a completely new look and feel and so much more."

Alllrighty, I'll have me some of that! I logged in, grabbed the new version, backed-up all of my config settings, and installed with fingers crossed. Here is what I've found so far, along with the answer to the million dollar question - are the new features worth the upgrade fee?

He goes through some of the "more needed" features that a lot of developers look for - code folding, a nice, clean, easy to work with interface, and some new features to make it worth the upgrade. Of course, nothing is perfect, so there are a few recommendations he makes - versioning support (CVS and Subversion), the ability to locally stage files, and a useful search and replace.

tagged: phped ide version release codefolding feature improvement phped ide version release codefolding feature improvement

Link:

Richard Davey's Blog:
A Guide to using CVS Dude with NuSphere PhpED
Apr 20, 2007 @ 08:39:00

If you're a user of the PhpED IDE in your development work and have had a bit of a hard time with the CVS support, you might want to check out this new post from Richard Davey with a guide on how to get started - specifically with the CVSDude.com hosting service.

If you use NuSphere's excellent PhpED IDE then you'll know it has built-in CVS support for source control. This is a guide I wrote to using PhpED with the CVSDude.com service, so you can get your projects up and running in no time at all.

He talks about getting a new project set up, configuring the server correctly in the Project Properties, and running an import for all of the files in your application's directory.

With that all in place, he also helps you set up the reverse - a place to check the files back out to be able to work with them easily (in a few simple steps). There's even shortcuts you can assign to help make running the CVS functions simpler.

tagged: nusphere phped ide cvs cvsdude project import export nusphere phped ide cvs cvsdude project import export

Link:

Richard Davey's Blog:
A Guide to using CVS Dude with NuSphere PhpED
Apr 20, 2007 @ 08:39:00

If you're a user of the PhpED IDE in your development work and have had a bit of a hard time with the CVS support, you might want to check out this new post from Richard Davey with a guide on how to get started - specifically with the CVSDude.com hosting service.

If you use NuSphere's excellent PhpED IDE then you'll know it has built-in CVS support for source control. This is a guide I wrote to using PhpED with the CVSDude.com service, so you can get your projects up and running in no time at all.

He talks about getting a new project set up, configuring the server correctly in the Project Properties, and running an import for all of the files in your application's directory.

With that all in place, he also helps you set up the reverse - a place to check the files back out to be able to work with them easily (in a few simple steps). There's even shortcuts you can assign to help make running the CVS functions simpler.

tagged: nusphere phped ide cvs cvsdude project import export nusphere phped ide cvs cvsdude project import export

Link: