what ide/editor do you guys use for html/css/javascript/php

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  1. D1G1T4L

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    i used to use editplus+
    i am going to try using eclipse because editplus doesnt have word completion unless there is some plug in for it

    what do you guys use?
     
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    i use jEdit.org but that doesn't have word completion

    *EDIT* upon some research I found out that it does, I just had no clue, pretty sweet I must say, I will definantly be using it in the future. The only downside is that the current version doesn't scan other open buffers for custom words, only the current one and the predefined list.
     
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  3. CyberBullets

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    small projects = Edit++

    big projects = Eclipse with PHPEclipse with my SubVersion server.
     
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    textpad
     
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    I take it you use Subclipse?
     
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    skEdit and UltraEdit32.
     
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    yup. works well, integrates well.

    i did use CVS for a while, but changed over when SF.net changed.
     
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    Notepad+ on PC

    Taco HTML Edit on OS X
     
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    Visual Studio 2005

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    Eclipse is a bloated piece of shit.

    I prefer Visual SlickEdit.
     
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    Eclipse lets me edit anything I want under one hood, and it will visualize it too. It takes 20 seconds to load and then never has speed problems again. Its worth it.
     
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    hmm, cause Visual SlickEdit takes about half a second to load, never has speed problems -- ever; and it lets you edit anything under one hood, too.

    I'll stick with Visual SlickEdit.
     
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    Visual slickedit will not let you do everything that I do with Eclipse. What you describe as bloat are in fact features that make managing and kicking ass in large projects possible.

    When your programming style lends you to do a never-ending string of one-off "Personal Home Pages" though, I guess it does all seem like bloat :big grin:

    Anyway... emacs > *
     
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    I hate Dreamweaver. :o
     
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    I don't like any WYSIWYG editor... straight up Notepad > WYSIWYG
     
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    thats what i thought before too till i realized syntax highlighing and word completion > *
     
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    Yeah, well, fortunately there are programs like sKEdit and UltraEdit that will do everything Dreamweaver is capable of with the exception of WYSIWYG that are cheaper, faster, and more powerful than Dreamweaver.
     
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    Yea, except Visual SlickEdit does all that :eek3:
     
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    For one thing, Eclipse outlines and analyses my code as I write it, so that how the code is used is clearly visualized for me in several different views. If you don't know what I mean... then you've got to try it. It really, really makes you a smarter programmer. This along with the help integration and a million other features just makes flying with Eclipse like being in a Tie Fighter compared to a Sopwith Camel or something in another IDE.
     
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    I laugh at all the "pros" who bash WYSISYG editors. You can do what dreamweaver does by hand..... but in 3x the time. If you wanna code, go into code view and code away.... but some things are much easier to do in WYSISYG mode....like tables, merging cells, applying css styles, creating stylesheets.

    Anyone who says "notepad" is a idiot who should go back to 1997.

    If you are doing stright up php/whatever code then SlickEdit is an okay option... but if you gotta do html too... there is no reason not to use dreamweaver/golive.
     
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    Incorrect. I write CLEANER code in LESS time using SlickEdit than Dreamweaver could ever do WYSIWYG.
     
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    I like Dreamweaver because I don't like writing HTML period.
     

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