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    What web developer tools do you use?

    I'd like some recommendations for tools people use when developing
    Specifically I'd like to know what browser add ons to use - but if there's anything else that is amazingly useful as a tool, I'd like to know!

    I've used Chromes developer tools - awesome!
    Chris Pederick's web developer plugin for Firefox - awesome!

    Firebug?? I've seen this mentioned in loads of places. How is it different to Web Developer? Is it better or does different things?

    What else would you recommend?

    Thanks


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    I use both Firebug and Web Developer toolbar in FireFox!

    FireBug is very useful if used with the Inspect Element plugin! There are also other plugins available.
    Last edited by TheAliveWinner; 05-09-2012 at 02:27 AM. Reason: feeling very hot!
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    Web Developer tools (Press F12) provided in both Chrome and IE9 are awesome! I use them from time to time!

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    For editing/writing codes, Notepad++ is the most useful (also free and light) that I find!

    For server side developing, I use XAMPP as my local host!

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    thanks. that's really useful

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    Vim personally, I have an Apache server locally, and set up a virtual host for each project and that's about it. Git to keep track of revision, and I'll try out Continuous Integration from Eriwen in a few weeks when I get a chance.
    Great wit and madness are near allied, and fine a line their bounds divide.

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    Netbeans for coding because of:
    - The best IntelliSense for PHP and good one for css, html too.
    - Good debugger (I'm talking about PHP xdebug)
    - If you use some version control system, it has plugins for all popular ones.

    For browser plugins - Firebug for Firefox. All the other popular browsers has good enugh built in dev tools.

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    We use Ebase Xi, an integrated development platform for browser-based UI apps, workflow and integration. Very cool. First rate RAD platfotm - kind of a best kept secret I think. They have a free Community Edition plus paid/supported versions.

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    There are many tools which you can use to design your website Red main,Billing boss,yuuguu, browser shots,toggl.


    Web design company
    website redesigning services

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    Problem in HTML URL set with two string

    Hi,

    Please help me for add two string in a url in html file without using ? or +

    result wants the : http://w3school.com/test1/test2

    in this url test1 is first string and test2 is second string

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    Exclamation

    Quote Originally Posted by tsr View Post
    Hi,

    Please help me for add two string in a url in html file without using ? or +

    result wants the : http://w3school.com/test1/test2

    in this url test1 is first string and test2 is second string
    Please do NOT do thread jacking!

    Instead start a new one.
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    The website tool LAMP, WAMP and XAMP best and secure php with apache tomcate server.

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    I have used Microsoft frontpage tool which is available in the MS-office XP package. And i have also used Adobe Dreamweaver.

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    I use Adobe Dreamweaver as it is much more user friendly.

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