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deepakdeshp
December 29th, 2011, 02:01 PM
There is visual studio in Microsoft for web development. Similarly which is a good web development tool in Ubuntu?

I was also looking for a good debugger and IDE for PHP on Ubuntu.

bonevg
December 30th, 2011, 02:59 PM
There is visual studio in Microsoft for web development. Similarly which is a good web development tool in Ubuntu?

I was also looking for a good debugger and IDE for PHP on Ubuntu.

Depends on what you are looking for.
Eclipse and NetBEAS for example work just fine on linux, but if you are looking just for syntax highlighting and some small xtras I'd recommend Geany (Im using it myself for HTML/PHP code).
If you want to look big in people's eyes - go for just vim :-)

Good luck !

Lars Noodén
December 30th, 2011, 03:54 PM
In addition to Geany (http://plugins.geany.org/), there is also Kate. Both come with syntax highlighting but also have a wide variety of plugins for extra capabilities.

deepakdeshp
December 30th, 2011, 05:54 PM
I was looking for equivalent software to dreamweaver.

I di use vi, editplus . One of my collegues spoke very highly about Bluefish.

Lars Noodén
December 30th, 2011, 05:57 PM
I was looking for equivalent software to dreamweaver.

I di use vi, editplus . One of my collegues spoke very highly about Bluefish.

Bluefish and Kompozers are web site editors not IDEs. They are quite useful if you don't write your XHTML by hand. Myself, I prefer to make a template or two and then use emacs.

deepakdeshp
December 30th, 2011, 06:40 PM
Bluefish and Kompozers are web site editors not IDEs. They are quite useful if you don't write your XHTML by hand. Myself, I prefer to make a template or two and then use emacs.


I am looking for
1 an ide debugger for PHP
2 A good web site building tool

Thanks

Lars Noodén
December 30th, 2011, 06:44 PM
1a. Big and hairy IDEs would be Eclipse, Netbeans and Emacs
1b. Smaller syntax checking editors would be Geany or Kate

2. For web site building you have Bluefish or Kompozer.

satanselbow
December 30th, 2011, 07:45 PM
This is another one of those thread where I extol the virtues of Komodo Edit?

Apart from it requiring a manual install (simple bash script) it is pretty awesome on any OS ;)

edit: and BlueGriffon for WYSIWYG web design (another manual install though if you want a current version) BlueGriffon carries on the good work the now ageing (and retired?) Kompozer kicked off :D