Whats your favoirte editor?
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01-14-2008, 02:47 PM
Join Date: Jan 2008
If I remember, HomeSite was also a mass-hosting system/location for a great many smaller sites. I think it had it's own editor, which might be what you're thinking of Kalle.
EyeDentify, I have all the features of Dreamweaver and Zend Studio in a cheaper copy of
. Code complete, tips about functions, and even tips about parsing errors direct from PHP. I do mean
. And without the instability of Zend Studio's window code; any time I dragged an explorer window over it, it wouldn't render again. (Until minimized and restored.) If you like Dreamweaver, so be it, but I refuse to pay $100+ for an application I can get for $43.
That's my primary reason.
I'm primarily a Windows-software developer so I'm completely the opposite - the more code the software writes the better
Wouldn't know what to do without Visual Studio writing half my code for me
I certainly hope you know what that wizard code does and could write it on your own, else you're programming by coincidence. Those kinds have more bugs and worse, you're not in total control over your project. (Ref: The Pragmatic Programmer, page 198) Nothing wrong with code generation,
you know what it does.
Programmers are in a race with the Universe to create bigger and better idiot-proof programs, while the Universe is trying to create bigger and better idiots. So far the Universe is winning.
- Rich Cook
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