A coding professional needs professional tools, and while you can write PHP with a regular text editor, a specialized editor or IDE will make the job easier and your code more accurate. In this course, programming expert Joseph Lowery takes you on a survey of the most popular all-purpose and PHP-specific editors.
Choosing a PHP Editor English | 2013 | flv | H264 960x540 | AAC mono 160 kbps | 4 hours 57 min | 147 MB Programming, Video training | Level: Beginner | duration : 1h 57m | released : Sep 24, 2013
A coding professional needs professional tools, and while you can write PHP with a regular text editor, a specialized editor or IDE will make the job easier and your code more accurate. In this course, programming expert Joseph Lowery takes you on a survey of the most popular all-purpose and PHP-specific editors. Learn what features are absolutely required from any good editor; explore options that can boost your productivity, like snippets and database integration; and then take a look at tools that work with multiple technologies (such as Aptana Studio or Sublime Text) and those more directly targeted at PHP (like Eclipse or PhpStorm). This course is vital to anyone starting on the path to PHP programming, as well as developers seeking to ramp up their efficiency.
Tutsplus - Web Design Basics: Choosing a Text Editor Duration: 0.9 hours | Video: AVC (.mp4) 96x540 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | .MP4 | 534 MB Genre: E-learning | Adi Purdila | English
In this course you'll learn how to choose the best text editor for your needs. You'll learn in detail about six of the most popular text editors on the market, see the differences and also what they're best used for. In the final lesson you'll be given a flow chart to help you pick the right text editor for you.
This series introduces the basics of PHP programming for simple and complex web applications. By the end of the series you will have a beginner to intermediate knowledge of the PHP programming language.
Deepen your core PHP knowledge by leveraging more of the built-in functionality and libraries. Discover how to use the provided data structure, iterators, interfaces, exceptions, and classes to get the job done.
Brian builds a “Todo” application using four different frameworks and discusses the strengths and weakness of each framework along the way, highlighting practical considerations in the selection of a framework.