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what software do you use to write html/css/javascript/php and more?
i use aptana but any other recommended tools?

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webstorm

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I used to use Aptana, but I find myself using Netbeans more these days (even if it is owned by Oracle). I always found Aptana to be a bit buggy and slow.

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I used eclipse for a javascript game I did for Android, and it worked well.

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Maybe I'm just crazy, but I edit everything in vim and test it in Firefox (and eventually Chrome) when I do web development.

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[quote name='xorangekiller' timestamp='1367729440' post='595672776']
Maybe I'm just crazy, but I edit everything in vim and test it in Firefox (and eventually Chrome) when I do web development.
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You're not. Vim is a very popular editor. With good reason :)

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PhpStorm - http://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/

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For things that don't need to be compiled I use Sublime Text, it's absolutely brilliant, you have a huge amount of features.

For Java, Android and Java Web development I use Eclipse.

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Notepad ++

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[quote name='Kalint' timestamp='1367718048' post='595672636']
webstorm

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Almost - PhpStorm beats it out :) Same company, different product.

PhpStorm is really bizarre as a program though - it's insanely powerful and feature-rich, but you just have to find out the features for yourself :p I'm sure they're documented somewhere (most of them, anyway... probably) but you'll just be writing something and accidentally hit the wrong key and be like "oh that does THAT? Way cool!"

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Notepad++

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sublime text 2 pls. :3

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ST2 for HTML/CSS, PHP, SQL, C/C++, Lua and Ruby/Ruby on Rails.

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Visual studio for most things.
Eclipse for Android stuff.

At home, Visual Studio express.

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Dreamweaver, just for the code editor, I don't know if it's just because I'm used to it but can't find an alternative that looks as nice & functions as good for me

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