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themac
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my long time favorite one is PsPad (and it’s for free)

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xPLyCT
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I use Php designer and its awesome.

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purethemes
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No one use NetBeans? Really? ;)

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Jonah-B
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The only one I’ve used is Davors PHP Editor. It’s free and it’s always suited my needs just fine. Seems like there’s a ton of them to pick from though, and I’m sure most of them do the job pretty well.

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NikolaSusa
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No one use NetBeans? Really? ;)

Only if working with Java and/or Python. I find notepad++ faster to run and therefore friendlier. :P

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jwmcpeak
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WebMatrix 2 has decent PHP support. The only thing is the built-in web server is IIS instead of Apache. Then again, you don’t have to use the built-in web server if you don’t want to.

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navigator
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I have been used: Notepad++ and Komodo Edit, but now my favorite is Sublime Text 2. I love it!

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I have been used: Notepad++ and Komodo Edit, but now my favorite is Sublime Text 2. I love it!
Hey!, Yes I just bought Sublime Text 2 – And well how do you display your code in a web browser? Example: Google Chrome
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Crakken
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Sublime Text 2 is awesome.

I recommand taking a look here and here for some tips on how to get started with this.

For testing PHP localy I would recommand using either EasyPHP or XAMPP .

+1 I’m using it just right now.

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I have been used: Notepad++ and Komodo Edit, but now my favorite is Sublime Text 2. I love it!
Hey!, Yes I just bought Sublime Text 2 – And well how do you display your code in a web browser? Example: Google Chrome
Well, this is not possible… yet, as I know. You have to load your code yourself.
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