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One question you may know, does the aptana studio have anything over the eclipse plugin ?
I ask because I already use eclipse for PHP - Java - Python yada yada and have the plug ins allready installed. one tool would be nice.
I'm using Aptana Studio, which apparently is the standalone version. Allegedly it has extjs helpers, I have them installed (correctly I think), but haven't figured out if I'm using it to it's potential.
I use phped (nusphere.com) for php debugging.
I haven't been able to use any js debugging inside aptana successfully yet. The syntax code checking for js seems to work ok, although it doesn't flag trailing commas for me.
The syntax code checking for js seems to work ok, although it doesn't flag trailing commas for me.
I recommend Eric Suen's excellent Ext/jQuery/YUI plug-in for Aptana, Spket.
Originally Posted by Eric Suen
I've been using it for a week or two, now, and I'm already quite enamored of it.
Personally I use Zend Studio (The new one) which is essentially Eclipse with some extra proprietry zend stuff added in for fantastic support in PHP projects (I tried Aptana at home a couple of months ago and found it great for most things but lacking in the PHP area - I presume RoR driven feature set? :p ). Fantastic thing about Eclipse however is that you can download additional editors for all sorts of file types that you work on. Their is JSEclipse - http://www.interaktonline.com/Produc...ipse/Overview/ (now owned by Adobe Labs) as well as Spket listed on the plugins page. There are plenty of other open source editors available as I'm sure you're aware if your familiar with Eclipse - quick google search should throw up some decent ones for CSS and WYSIWYG if thats what you're after (Zend studio comes with a dreamweaver style WYSIWYG editor as one of the options in Eclipse).
Obviously I'm making this recommendation based on you already having experience with Eclipse - and anybody else coming across this thread I'd warn that whilst its a fantastic platform; it has an incredibly steep learning curve if you're not familiar with working with things as projects rather than just opening and closing individual files. I consider myself fairly savvy with a variety of IDE's esp with web and application development - however it took me three attempts to get into eclipse before it finally stuck. Love it now - but it does require learning a new way of working with things.