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    What do you use for website develoment

    Interested to know what you use ( Writing html from scratch, dreamweaver etc) to create your websites?
    Looking a getting into some website dev as a hobby and have some basic html knowledge but not sure what to use?
    chavezoi

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    I use Coda. A tad expensive, but I now swear by it and it's paid for itself tenfold now.

    Notepad is always a good starting point otherwise.
    l33t k1w1

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    Personal projects - Notepad++, mostly, but have had a quick play with PHPStorm and it looks sweet.

    At work, VS2010.

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    For HTML/CSS and the small bit of PHP/JS I do nowadays: Notepad++.
    saajiik

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    Xelogen wrote:
    Personal projects - Notepad++, mostly, but have had a quick play with PHPStorm and it looks sweet.

    At work, VS2010.
    I use Intellij IDEA at work and home, as their licence explicitly allows you to use it on multiple computers - one at a time though.
    Edward Diego
    In The House

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    sweet glad to know notepad is still being used. Is there any industry standard software that I should look at learning or just try and see what I prefer?
    chavezoi

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    Currently using Dreamweaver. The only thing I don't like is the way it manages multiple sites and syncs files.
    Only ever use code view in Dreamweaver so I should really try something else.
    Sil3nt-War

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    chavezoi wrote:
    sweet glad to know notepad is still being used. Is there any industry standard software that I should look at learning or just try and see what I prefer?
    Notepad++, it's not Notepad. Nah, no industry standard, besides, web development is a huge industry, just use one that you prefer. http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/
    Edward Diego
    In The House

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    Sorry meant notepad++, sweet thanks all
    chavezoi

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    Depends on the language: UltraEdit for PHP/HTML/CSS/Javascript, Visual Studio for ASP.NET, IntelliJ for Java and FlashDevelop for AS3.
    eug1404

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    Also notepad++ for misc projects and VS2010 for work
    Ragnor

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    textmate for mac, used notepad++ when i used windows (lol)
    dement

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    Eclipse, FML.
    linkdown

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    Still using vim.
    bliP

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    Currently Notepad++ and if I'm in at my clients they've got Dreamweaver.
    Sly Assassin

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    linkdown wrote:
    Eclipse, FML.
    Edward Diego
    In The House

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    MacVim for rails/js stuff. Netbeans for php (i like the code completion). Xcode for ios - I still can't work out whether it's just really annoying or proof that god exists (i.e. it's the code manifestation of satan taking a dump on earth).
    te_chris
    I know GP is all virgins

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    VS2010
    TD

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    Been using dreamweaver, mostly with code view without much assistance from the software...
    P1n3apqlExpr3ss

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    Work:
    gedit, GIMP, inkscape, django/Python, PHP, sqlite, mysql

    Personal:
    Programmers Notepad, GIMP, PyroCMS (PHP/Codeigniter), mysql
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    Work:
    Netbeans
    Vs2010
    Firefox RestClient (useful for testing)

    I don't do any web/intranet development at home
    Shinlock

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    bliP wrote:
    Still using vim.
    haze_xp
    The other red meat

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    Textmate
    Sphyre

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    Notepad++ and VS2010
    If I ever started using too much more of Notepad++ I'd probably start looking for something a bit more specialised for the task
    ShaunO : ]~
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    Netbeans, Notepad++ and emacs
    Stevie