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[nycphp-talk] PHP hosting and standard tool-chain for newbie?

Peter Sawczynec ps at blu-studio.com
Thu Apr 23 16:43:53 EDT 2009


I totally agree. But I think at least with CS3 (maybe a little earlier),
Dreamweaver has become more respectful of your existing indenting and
spaces. But alas it will go and format to old world HTML indenting style
if you give it a chance. 

Warmest regards, 
 
Peter Sawczynec 
Technology Dir.
blūstudio 
941.893.0396
ps at blu-studio.com 
www.blu-studio.com 



-----Original Message-----
From: talk-bounces at lists.nyphp.org [mailto:talk-bounces at lists.nyphp.org]
On Behalf Of Ajai Khattri
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 4:34 PM
To: NYPHP Talk
Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] PHP hosting and standard tool-chain for
newbie?

On Thu, 23 Apr 2009, Peter Sawczynec wrote:

> But, dude, I am telling you that other than in this narrow very
vertical
> world of hard corps programmers; I have never been in an agency or
> studio or talked to another contemporary web slinger (and by a web
> slinger I mean someone who also actually uses and programs Flash,
let's
> say) where I ever heard the word Eclipse or BBEdit or, OMG, Notepad
get
> mentioned as a serious tool of the trade. Not even in the most dark 
> back room data center with dust clogged cables running in and out of 
> routers and across coffee stained carpet, nope not even there.
>
> Dreamweaver is the de facto web design product used out there
everywhere
> in the cold free world. 


I would agree, but add that that's true for web DESIGNERs. No serious
PHP 
/ Ruby / Java guys use Dreamweaver for writing CODE and web apps are
more 
than just design.



-- 
Aj. (who gets tired tidying up the crazy psycho HTML indentation 
introduced whenever a designer touches a PHP template with DW :-)



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