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minti says

Hey guys, i’m curious to know how your Theme Development Environment looks like.

Do you develop Themes offline / online, are you using svn to follow your changes, do you setup your preview page plus a test version online where you can test updates etc.?

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dnp_theme says
Well I think most of us do
  • SVN for coding mostly
  • offline localhost development and testing
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tommusrhodus says

- Coding: Espresso - PHP Server – MAMP PRO - Version Control: none – I better change that! - Mobile Testing – MAMP PRO – http://www.philsbury.co.uk/blog/view-mamp-pro-sites-across-local-network

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wopethemes says

server: wampserver in localhost
coding:notepad++
design:photoshop

that’s all

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FRESHFACE says

As a designer/coder I currently use:

Photoshop, MAMP, Sublime Text 2 + Emmet + SCSS/Compass

I think our programmer use PSPAD instead.

Development starts on localhost and moves online when it becomes necessary.

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Kronris says
I usually work in localhost. Hope envato will accept my further items :) But here’all:
  • LocalHost with WampServer
  • Sublime Text 2
  • Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Often tests to make the code compatible on all browsers :)

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