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Thread: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

  1. #11
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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    Apache
    MySQL
    PHP

    all installed locally for, well, local development .

    For coding:

    SublimeText2, repeat SublimeText2.

    screenshot:
    screenshot.jpg

  2. #12
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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    netbeans

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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    I'm just doing basic web development. I'm using Emacs and Kate as editors, as all my HTML/CSS/PHP code is done by hand. Also, I have Apache installed and several other packages needed to run a local wordpress blog or similar, e.g. php5-mysql, libapache2-mod-php5.

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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by MooseDog View Post
    Apache
    MySQL
    PHP

    all installed locally for, well, local development .
    XAMPP is a great, hassle-free solution for local development.
    Last edited by na5h; March 13th, 2013 at 06:03 PM.

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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by SeijiSensei View Post
    I prefer jed because it's a bit more lightweight than emacs, but otherwise I'm with you. A text editor and a browser is all I've ever used for a decade now. Oh, and the psql PostgreSQL command-line client for interacting with the database backend.
    Cool - also a person which feels at home with a shell and command line tools - I prefer vim

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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    MonoDevelop (or VS2012 in Windows) for Asp.net development.
    Do you folks like coffee?

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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by mustang View Post
    netbeans
    This. It freaking pre-scans your files and gives you xhtml to css auto-complete or vice versa. I use Netbeans with just a regular LAMP stack installed on my development machine. I'm considering switching to PostgreSql though.

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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by itrogers View Post
    Kind of new to Ubuntu and greatly testing the waters. I am dual booting with windows but I am forcing myself to use Ubuntu while I work on websites and such. If there are any others in the programming/web design/development field who care to share their setup/screenshots/etc it would be greatly appreciated. Goal: completely ditch Windows. Go!
    I know its old, but if you are desperate you can run Dreamweaver 8, Photoshop 7 fine in Ubuntu. You just need to install Wine to begin with.
    I think Photoshop CS works well too.

    http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManage...cation&iId=183
    http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManage...ication&iId=17
    www.techheadz.co.uk
    Selection of tutorials and tips.

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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    I use Sublime Text for pretty well everything, along with lessc whenever I can (should that count? I think it should). I use Bzr even if I'm the only person working on something. It keeps me focused, and it's useful to have a full history of changes.

    I recently started using LXC, which is indispensable if you want to locally test server stuff in a clean environment. Just create a container, install whatever you want inside it, and start / stop the container as necessary.

    The good part of Microsoft recently released a free VM image for testing IE7+, so I've been meaning to play with that. It looks really well put together:
    http://www.modern.ie/en-us/virtualization-tools
    Last edited by Mr. Picklesworth; March 26th, 2013 at 03:49 PM.

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