Monday, June 30, 2008

IDE for CakePHP (OS X)

Hi to all!

Can you help me to make choice between: TextMate & NetBeans?

As I saw, it's tow nice IDE for developing in PHP (for Mac). But TextMate cost some money, and NB - weight like 91 Mb...

What better? Help me to select ;-)

How about autocomplite? Help (for class-function, and browsing through lib?)

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6 Comments:

Blogger vovich said...

the best solution is Eclipse !!

12:01 AM  
Blogger Erik Gyepes said...

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2:31 AM  
Blogger Erik Gyepes said...

I'm for TextMate. It costs money, but you can use it for almost everything. However it's your choice and you must make the decision.

2:31 AM  
Blogger excieve said...

I'd say try Eclipse with PDT plugin. It has full autocompletion however needs several little hacks to get Cake-specific autocompletion (Models in controllers, helpers in views). There's lots of info about it on the Net.
And its also crossplatform so you can use one and the same IDE on any system (I'm using it on Linux, Mac and Windows).
Eclipse also has some very helpful plugins like Subclipse (for SVN integration) and QuantumDB (database management).
Negative sides:
Rather large size and memory footprint as it is Java-based.

3:49 AM  
Blogger Vlad said...

I look Eclipse, but as for me it's a monster prog. Under WinXP I use notepad++.
Anyone use Bundle for CakePHP in TextMate?

And, pal, thank to al of you for this comments! ;-)

7:30 AM  
Blogger Vladimir Luchaninov said...

Твой английский пока не очень. Проверяй посты Wordом перед отправкой - будет намного меньше ошибок. ;)

5:19 AM  

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