PHP Storm, loving it
I used to use Dreamweaver 5.5, as noted in previous posts. Despite it’s merits, it’s really nothing compared with PHP Storm by JetBrains.
Why is it better?
- More settings
- Better interface
- Better code hints & debugging
- Zen Coding
- Multiple cursors
- More customisation
- And then some…
But what about…
- FTP? Yes it has it, and has more options, plus is robust with shortcuts
- the WYSIWYG? Doesn’t have that, but it make you a better coder not using it. To make it easier, it does a GREAT job formatting the source code so you can easily navigate around the tags.
- the price? Its cheaper than DW, and doesn’t require ongoing monthly payments!
If you are serious about quality code, and in particular PHP, worth a look
But why not use sublime?
I’m sure I could, but it’s FTP was a bit lacking, and it felt a lot like plugins holding hands. PHP Storm is more of a complete package out of the box.
I have no problem with Sublime, its a matter of taste.