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Old 14th December 2005, 15:30
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Default Environment suggestions for PHP

I am new to PHP and am still getting up and running.

For PHP developers: What environment are you using? I am currently fumbling with editing under vi and checking the results under Firefox. Although functional, it seems odd not to be using some type of 'studio' (I am coming from the Visual Studio world.)

Secondly, are there any tools to help make sure the code produced is compatible with IE or is this just an experience issue?

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Old 14th December 2005, 18:52
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I am new to PHP and am still getting up and running.

For PHP developers: What environment are you using? I am currently fumbling with editing under vi and checking the results under Firefox. Although functional, it seems odd not to be using some type of 'studio' (I am coming from the Visual Studio world.)
Personally i develop on windows with a local apache webserver with PHP on windows. Also i have an linux server for testing applications.

If you serach for an editor like visual studio for PHP you may have a look at the Zend IDE and maybe Macromedia Dreamweaver.


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Secondly, are there any tools to help make sure the code produced is compatible with IE or is this just an experience issue?
PHP code can not be compatibleor incompatible with IE. Only the HTML that you produce with your PHP code can be incompatible.
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