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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    OK.
    Thank You All!
    I have to begin and just work. Thank you again!

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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    Huh? How did this old thread of mine get resurrected?

    For the records: I use gedit nowadays.

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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    Hello there
    I use mono development for all my asp classic asp asp.net and C# and vb/vbscripting. There is no graphics mode like in visual web dev.

    for mysql I use php-myadmin and or mysql admin to write insert statements I use the cli most of the time.
    (mssql still have to use microcrap software need to look more into sql light)

    For java I use eclipse
    for php html css javascript ajax I use one of the following \
    sublime 2 text editor <-- real good
    codeblocks
    Geany
    gedit
    bluefish
    gPHPedit
    nano
    well I hope that this helps. Also if any one can tell me what they use for MSSQL not mysql MSSQL that would be cool

    Oh and for a testing envo I use either
    virtual box
    xampp
    Last edited by josephmills; February 29th, 2012 at 08:38 PM.

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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    Quote Originally Posted by josephmills View Post
    Also if any one can tell me what they use for MSSQL not mysql MSSQL that would be cool

    Oh and for a testing envo I use either
    virtual box
    xampp
    We use PosgtreSQL on our PHP sites (otherwise it's ASP.NET and MSSQL for the Intranet). I hear it is probably one of the closest free sql databases out there to compare with MSSQL Server. I haven't gotten into that yet.

    I love how easy it is to get Xampp up and running.

    EDIT: I didn't think Monodevelop could handle Classic ASP! Can it handle VB6?
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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonbite View Post
    We use PosgtreSQL on our PHP sites (otherwise it's ASP.NET and MSSQL for the Intranet). I hear it is probably one of the closest free sql databases out there to compare with MSSQL Server. I haven't gotten into that yet.

    I love how easy it is to get Xampp up and running.

    EDIT: I didn't think Monodevelop could handle Classic ASP! Can it handle VB6?
    not sure to tell you the truth. but you sure can write/edit classic asp and just run files in browser. but building aspClassic pages with the built in functions of monodev not sure. I wish that I could change the data bases to postgresql but that is not goig to happen (work) I was wondering more about a remote tool for mssql at the office I just use the file manager and http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManage...ation&iId=7218
    <-- what a pain there and and or mono

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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    I use Sublime Text 2. Its python based and compatible with every major OS.

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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    Quote Originally Posted by callen41 View Post
    I use Sublime Text 2. Its python based and compatible with every major OS.
    Apparently it's C++ with bits of Python Ditto on Sublime Text 2.
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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    Link .... here for Users that want to try it ..... the executable is in the download for 32 bit

    seems good so far .... http://www.sublimetext.com/2

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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    I designed and launched quite a few websites back in '94-'98 using both text and WYSIWYG editors. Back then, I used to use vi editor for quick and dirty HTML, but my favorite for years was Hot Dog by Sausage software.

    I had the need to get a nice looking site up very quickly this week and I tried a few from Amaya to some WordPress web based editors but believe KompoZer is a great tool for beginners as well as those who know what they are doing, but are not web coding jockeys and they need to do it fast.

    On a 10 scale, I give KompoZer an 8.5 and am impressed by their documentation - much better than what I am used to with Linux apps.

    It saved my bacon, much like Sausage did 17 years ago.
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    Re: The best linux web-design application

    Is there a reason no one has mentioned BlueGriffon? BlueGriffon is great, especially for the latest HTML5 developments. And it's based on Kompozer, but a lot better IMO.

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