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I'm just curious to see what are favorite PHPers in terms of the following:
1. What is your favorite IDE (If you can tell why you love it, it will ice the cake)?
2. What is your favorite JS/PHP libraries (I would love to hear why)
3. What PHP framework do you use?
4. Anything else related?

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starting with myself:
I use Aptana for now but I don't like the way PHP/JS/HTML/CSS are dis-integrated (PDT??). I'm thinking to go back to Netbeans PHP

My favorite JS library is JQuery. It happen to be the first to test and loved it. I don't use any famous framework and.... I love my country ;)

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This has been done to death EV. Anyway...

1. Aptana/Netbeans/Notepad++ and Dreamweaver (don't laugh).
2. Prototype for Ajax (js), sometimes Scritpaculous, Mootools, Yahoo! Pipes.
3. I don't like frameworks, they confuse the hell out of me. Stupid I know.
4. I can fart the first line to 'Men of Harlech'.

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Its true ardav, but new things comes out and bumping years old forum isn't beautiful

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Fair point - you're right
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Its true ardav, but new things comes out and bumping years old forum isn't beautiful

I agree, but there's a new "what's your fave IDE" every week, or it seems that way. You may have a point, coz I've started using Dreamweaver again, despite rubbishing it in previous polls. I've been introducing some students to web development - in notepad to start, and now they are at a suitable level, I've introduced them to DW. I'll probably move them on to Aptana/Netbeans next year.

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Thats great. I think that there should be more developers out there. Increase the knowledge, and understanding in which the internet was borne.

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Cakephp, Gedit, jQuery, Aptana.

How difficult is CakePHP?
I'm about to dump Aptana because I cannot have code completion for some PHP functions (mysql_based) and also no JQuery intellisense in PHP editor. It turns me off. Have you manages past that?

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1. Notepad++ or Dreamweaver (I know! But for some reason I have stuck with it)
2. Well I use my own PHP libraries for handling MySQL and I prefer jQuery, but I'm also working on my own JS library!
3. None! Hate frameworks! They make things way too complicated (Besides, why not stick to what I know instead of trying to teach myself Cake Php).
4. Nope....

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I'm just curious to see what are favorite PHPers in terms of the following:
1. What is your favorite IDE (If you can tell why you love it, it will ice the cake)?
2. What is your favorite JS/PHP libraries (I would love to hear why)
3. What PHP framework do you use?
4. Anything else related?

1. PDT and/or Zend Studio (Little more polished).
2. jQuery
3. Zend Framework
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Frameworks seemed like overkill when i first started looking at them. But, once I got into more advanced projects frameworks really shined.

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Notepad++ all the way. I might look into Netbeans since I use it anyway for Java, but Notepad++ is so much more lightweight.

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I use (g)Vim 7.2, no "IDE" comes close to how powerful it is :)

jQuery for small JS projects(Extremely well built, huge community, excellent documentation), Ext for large JS projects (same reasons). I don't tend to use many pre-built PHP libraries save Doctrine.

When I used a framework I used Symfony

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Are you going to release it to public?

When I finish my site I might, but it's not really a high priority right now with the Holidays.

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