Joel Marchesoni wrote:
> I agree with Dan's last point about avoiding using a special IDE to develop with a language. That can be expensive and/or hinder others supporting the application down the road. I use vim for most of my development as well, although we officially use Dreamweaver at work mostly because of its Site features.
I am a long time "vi" user (since about 1984) and for many years
preferred to develop code using vi from a command line whether working
on a unix based or windows machine. A few years ago I started playing
with a couple of IDEs and started using Eclipse and have become a total
convert. Most of the programming I do is in java (I have also been
using the Spring Framework for about 5 years) but I also do a bit of PHP
and since most of the development work is in web applications with with
of them well.
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