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Tim's Blog:
The PHP Developer: A place for the tools
Aug 30, 2007 @ 08:13:00

In this new post to his blog today, Tim shares some of the tools that he uses to develop his PHP applications (including supporting the CodeIgniter project).

I’ve been asked on several occasions to spill the beans on my development environment. Sadly, it’s probably not the easiest setup - but it works for my stubborn mind.

Applications included in his list are things like PHP Eclipse, CuteFTP, XAMPP and Subversion. He also mentions a Firefox extension, Devboi, that offers quick access to several different reference manuals on the web.

tagged: developer tools phpeclipse cuteftp xampp subversion developer tools phpeclipse cuteftp xampp subversion

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Tim's Blog:
The PHP Developer: A place for the tools
Aug 30, 2007 @ 08:13:00

In this new post to his blog today, Tim shares some of the tools that he uses to develop his PHP applications (including supporting the CodeIgniter project).

I’ve been asked on several occasions to spill the beans on my development environment. Sadly, it’s probably not the easiest setup - but it works for my stubborn mind.

Applications included in his list are things like PHP Eclipse, CuteFTP, XAMPP and Subversion. He also mentions a Firefox extension, Devboi, that offers quick access to several different reference manuals on the web.

tagged: developer tools phpeclipse cuteftp xampp subversion developer tools phpeclipse cuteftp xampp subversion

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Florian Anderiasch's Blog:
phpeclipse/eclipse+zend/php directory class
Apr 06, 2006 @ 14:03:28

The Zend IDE project has met with some different kinds of receptions, but overall, the preview release seems to show promise. The PHPEclipse project has been around a bit longer, but hasn't really caught on. To compare the two, Florian Anderiasch thought he'd take his own look and see how they compared with each other and how they matched up with his expectations.

I've felt the need to both test both the Zend IDE and phpeclipse and so I made a little thing for practice and to fiddle around a bit.

Just a very quick and rudimentary roundup, but imho especially an IDE shouldn't get in the programmer's way and do just what it should be - aid development.

He mentions being surprised and impressed by PHPEclipse, while left a bit cold by Zend's offering ("I wasn't able to work with a file of just 500 lines because it felt more frozen than sloppy"). His personal choice for larger projects? PHPEclipse.

tagged: phpeclipse eclipse zend IDE roundup phpeclipse eclipse zend IDE roundup

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Florian Anderiasch's Blog:
phpeclipse/eclipse+zend/php directory class
Apr 06, 2006 @ 14:03:28

The Zend IDE project has met with some different kinds of receptions, but overall, the preview release seems to show promise. The PHPEclipse project has been around a bit longer, but hasn't really caught on. To compare the two, Florian Anderiasch thought he'd take his own look and see how they compared with each other and how they matched up with his expectations.

I've felt the need to both test both the Zend IDE and phpeclipse and so I made a little thing for practice and to fiddle around a bit.

Just a very quick and rudimentary roundup, but imho especially an IDE shouldn't get in the programmer's way and do just what it should be - aid development.

He mentions being surprised and impressed by PHPEclipse, while left a bit cold by Zend's offering ("I wasn't able to work with a file of just 500 lines because it felt more frozen than sloppy"). His personal choice for larger projects? PHPEclipse.

tagged: phpeclipse eclipse zend IDE roundup phpeclipse eclipse zend IDE roundup

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PHP-Tools Blog:
Date_Holidays - New releases
Apr 04, 2006 @ 06:55:13

Carsten Lucke has posted an update on the php-tools blog about a new release for their PEAR package Date_Holidays.

The past weekend Stephan spent some time to fix all filed bugs for Date_Holidays. The result was the release of version 0.15.2. Meanwhile I finally managed to install all the tools on my new MacBook I needed for PHP development.

As I coded a bit to test the features PHPEclipse offers I implemented a feature-request for Date_Holidays that allows to create drivers not only by a unique driver-id, but also by using an ISO3166 country code (i.e. "de" or "deu").

The post also mentions some of the tools that he's installed to do development work on this package, including PHPEclipse.

tagged: php-tools date_holidays new release phpeclipse php-tools date_holidays new release phpeclipse

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PHP-Tools Blog:
Date_Holidays - New releases
Apr 04, 2006 @ 06:55:13

Carsten Lucke has posted an update on the php-tools blog about a new release for their PEAR package Date_Holidays.

The past weekend Stephan spent some time to fix all filed bugs for Date_Holidays. The result was the release of version 0.15.2. Meanwhile I finally managed to install all the tools on my new MacBook I needed for PHP development.

As I coded a bit to test the features PHPEclipse offers I implemented a feature-request for Date_Holidays that allows to create drivers not only by a unique driver-id, but also by using an ISO3166 country code (i.e. "de" or "deu").

The post also mentions some of the tools that he's installed to do development work on this package, including PHPEclipse.

tagged: php-tools date_holidays new release phpeclipse php-tools date_holidays new release phpeclipse

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ThinkPHP Blog:
Eclipse, PHP and XDebug
Mar 23, 2006 @ 08:06:11

Based on a post from the Eclipse PHP newsgroup, the ThinkPHP blog has posted about the possible integration of XDebug with the PHPEclipse project.

They also make mention of the two Eclipse projects in the PHP community - the Zend PHP-IDE project and the older, but still being developed on PHPEclipse project.

PHPEclipse currently seems more open to community contributions than Zend's PHP-IDE project. On the other hand Zend's working more closely together with the Eclipse Foundation on the PHP-IDE project than the PHPEclipse project does.

tagged: eclipse phpeclipse xdebug zend php-ide eclipse phpeclipse xdebug zend php-ide

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ThinkPHP Blog:
Eclipse, PHP and XDebug
Mar 23, 2006 @ 08:06:11

Based on a post from the Eclipse PHP newsgroup, the ThinkPHP blog has posted about the possible integration of XDebug with the PHPEclipse project.

They also make mention of the two Eclipse projects in the PHP community - the Zend PHP-IDE project and the older, but still being developed on PHPEclipse project.

PHPEclipse currently seems more open to community contributions than Zend's PHP-IDE project. On the other hand Zend's working more closely together with the Eclipse Foundation on the PHP-IDE project than the PHPEclipse project does.

tagged: eclipse phpeclipse xdebug zend php-ide eclipse phpeclipse xdebug zend php-ide

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DevArticles:
Deploying your Site with PHPEclipse, continued
Mar 17, 2006 @ 07:16:15

DevArticles has conntinued their "Deploying your Site with PHPEclipse" series with this new tutorial - part two in the series, a continuation of the excerpt of the "PHPEclipse: A User Guide" from Packt.

Part two picks up right where the previous entry left off - working with the settings for Ant to configure the site's deployment. They show you how to create the classpath and a build file for your site before showing you how to run it and do some testing.

They also look at one of the other tools that Ant has to offer to make managing your site that much simpler - the Outline view in Eclipse. It lays out the publishing "schedule" in one easy place.

tagged: phpeclipse ant deploy site packt user guide phpeclipse ant deploy site packt user guide

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DevArticles:
Deploying your Site with PHPEclipse, continued
Mar 17, 2006 @ 07:16:15

DevArticles has conntinued their "Deploying your Site with PHPEclipse" series with this new tutorial - part two in the series, a continuation of the excerpt of the "PHPEclipse: A User Guide" from Packt.

Part two picks up right where the previous entry left off - working with the settings for Ant to configure the site's deployment. They show you how to create the classpath and a build file for your site before showing you how to run it and do some testing.

They also look at one of the other tools that Ant has to offer to make managing your site that much simpler - the Outline view in Eclipse. It lays out the publishing "schedule" in one easy place.

tagged: phpeclipse ant deploy site packt user guide phpeclipse ant deploy site packt user guide

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