What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

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    What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?


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    As the title says, what are your preferred editors?
    I personally use Atom most of the time, sometimes I use Sublime-Text and Notepad++, depending on the task, however time consuming tasks and projects are usually done in Atom.
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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    For smaller things (1 - 2 files): Notepad++, for bigger projects: PhpStorm (it isn't free, but ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR, Ahoy matey).
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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    VSCode

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    Back in 2013 I used WebMatrix just to have some kind of VS like syntax highlighting xD I'm luckily not a web developer though. Looks like MS now recommends using VSCode.




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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    PHPStorm for PHP related project.
    WebStorm for Angular 2 Projects ;)
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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    PHPStorm and notepad++ for Quick content edits

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    Dreamweaver just because I get it for free through work, else Komodo Edit would be my choice.
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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    Notepad++ because I like how it loads files so fast.

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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    For solid projects (C#/C/C++) i use VS13 (even tho i have VS15 aswell), for little projects (the ones made of just one file, just C/C++) i use SublimeText combined with GNU GCC (as i work on Windows i use MinGW) compilers.
    Back for some little projects made in php i used notepad++.



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    Atom is the way to go for me, no matter what language I'm coding in. Only exception is when I'm loading large JSON or XML files, as Atom tends to crash when loading those. That's when I use either NP++ or Sublime Text 3.

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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    I love JetBrains PHPStorm. It supports SASS, LESS, JavaScript, HTML, etc. You have plug-ins which you can download for specific CMS' (example: Magento. It makes some stuff really easy)
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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    Sublime 3, because it's so simple :)

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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    NetBeans / Notepad++ / PHPStorm

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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    So far I'm stuck using NetBeans for PHP

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    Re: What editor do you use for PHP & front-end web dev?

    Depends of how seriously the code is.

    For high severity projects that need be styled, indented, organized i recommend those two: Phpstorm or Webstorm (if your project it's front-end use Webstorm, if is more backend use Phpstorm, since webstorm has more Angular, etc features)

    For editing over SSH, and need be directly under terminal, i use Nano. For editing over SFTP, FTP etc, i prefer using Sublime 3 or Notepad++

    For editing simple code files, our small projects that doesn't are so much important, or simply writing test codes, or fast codes i use Sublime 3.


    Don't use Atom, is a shit. An Editor made in HTML + Electron? STFU LMFAO. It's lagging. HTML & Javascript are one of the languages that more consumes hardware resources!!

    Don't use Eclipse, Atom, Windows Notepad or Netbeans, both are bullshit.




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