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    Good Web PHP IDE

    So I'm starting to port over to using Ubuntu, but I'm running into a problem on a IDE to use. On Windows, I used PhpEd as my main IDE. I tried using it in conjunction with WINE, but it doesn't run very well, so I wanna know if there is a good PHP web IDE for Linux. I tried Zend Studio but I'm not a big fan.

    FTP support is a must!

    Thanks!

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    My favorite: Netbeans with php module.
    Second Komodo edit.

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    I use Aptana. It can either be standalone or a plugin for Eclipse.

    As for FTP, consider mounting the FTP share:

    Places->Connect to a Server->FTP[ with login]

    I find it much easier, as it acts like local files.

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    Quote Originally Posted by kaelspencer View Post
    Places->Connect to a Server->FTP[ with login]
    I find it much easier, as it acts like local files.
    +1

    this way i can use whichever editor i wish
    "Oh Ubuntu, you are my favorite linux based operating system" Dr. Sheldon Cooper.

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    +1 for Netbeans PHP Module.
    it is enough for all my needs

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    Alright, so I got my FTP added under Places, figured that would be the best way to go. But, when I open either Zend or Eclipse to create a new project from existing source, I can't get to my FTP.

    Image here

    How could I get my FTP to show up right under "System Reserved"?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    Netbeans is one of the best IDEs for PHP development, but seems pretty unstable (6.9) under Ubuntu 10.10. Works excellent under Windows.

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    Netbeans is probably the best PHP IDE out there but its bloated as hell.

    I personally prefer kate. It's almost like notepad++ once you install a bunch of plugins.

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    Re: Good Web PHP IDE

    I use Komodo IDE since I switched to Ubuntu (four years or so), but it crashes oftenly, specially in last year. I tried geany, nice, but not as well as Komodo. The same with blue fish ...
    I also try to find another one ...

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