I’m not overly fond of Appcelerator Studio. Using it on my old Fujitsu i5 Windows 10 laptop, it’s slow, it’s 32-bit (an unfair peeve, I know), it requires an Internet connection, and it crashes a lot. However, it is an… Continue Reading →
The Alt+Shift+F or Source->Format option is one of my favourite functions in the NetBeans IDE, because it immediately makes my tangled spaghetti page of variables and logic look like a beautifully crafted and carefully laid out piece of code. Prior… Continue Reading →
Geany is a text editor using the GTK2 toolkit with basic features of an integrated development environment (IDE). It was developed to provide a small and fast IDE, which has only a few dependencies from other packages. It supports a… Continue Reading →
I enjoy using the powerful NetBeans IDE for all my PHP web development work, and believe it or not, installing it in Ubuntu is actually pretty simple to achieve.