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there seems to be no web developement tool available
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Junior Mitglied
 
 
 
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Hi everyone

I think paldo lacks of a good web developement tool.

My suggestion would be QUANTA from kdewebdev, but it surely has big (kde-) depencies.

here's why quanta is my favourite:

+ good ftp-support (the only tool in linux I know who has this)
+ good syntax highligthning

the best thing is the ftp support. hit F8 and ENTER and your updated files will be uploaded on your server.

with all the other tools I know (bluefish,screem,etc.) you have to upload your files manually with an ftp client and this sucks quite much.

well if quantas dependencies are to big or you don't want to have a kde tool bluefish would probably be the best choice.

thanks for feedback
aaron
 
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Created: 2005-06-29 08:45
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I've replaced the previously by default installed gPHPEdit by Bluefish as it not only covers php development but web development in general and it seems to do its job very well.

I chose Bluefish over Quanta as it - obviously - integrates much better in the GNOME desktop, doesn't involve adding lots of libraries, and at first sight I couldn't spot a critical feature Bluefish would miss.

Bluefish seems to have very convenient FTP (and SFTP and WebDAV) support although it doesn't work quite the same as Quanta. AFAIK you can't press one button and it uploads all changed local files to your FTP server but you can just open the files directly via FTP (via GNOME VFS) and saving the files afterwards implicitly uploads them.

I hope Bluefish will prove itself useful for web developers and if there are specific issues I'm sure Bluefish developers will listen to fair comments.
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Created: 2005-06-29 15:38
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Junior Mitglied
 
 
 
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thanks very much

I didn't knew the thing about gnome vfs. I'll have a look at it!

greetings Aaron
 
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Created: 2005-06-29 15:49
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took a look at bluefish. Seems pretty good to me. It does not integrate into the HIG... but there are not many editors (with many custom features) that does integrate. Suerly a better task-provider than phpedit was.
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Created: 2005-06-30 16:50
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