Free PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript editor (IDE) – Codelobster PHP Edition

February 5, 2012 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: CakePHP, CodeIgniter, IDE Tools, Joomla, PHP, PRADO, Symfony, Zend 

For valuable work on creation of sites you need a good comfortable editor necessarily. There are many requiring paid products for this purpose, but we would like to select free of charge very functional and at the same time of simple in the use editor – Codelobster PHP Edition .

Free PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript editor (IDE) - Codelobster PHP Edition

    Let us consider some important possibilities and advantages of this program:

  • All code highlights depending on a type, the also mixed code is thus supported, so the area of HTML will be highlighted as HTML, PHP as PHP, and Javascript as Javascript in a the same file. Thre is possibility of choice from color schemes, including popular IDEs.
  • Powerful autocompletion for HTML, PHP, CSS and Javascript, including HTML5 and CSS3. For PHP the structure of project is fully recognized, and the complete list of methods falls out in the proper places.
  • HTML/CSS inspector on the type of Firebug, which allows easily to correlate the selected elements of page with a code and proper style.
  • Context help on all supported languages. By pressing F1 key the page with detailed description for current tag, attribute or function will be opened.
  • PHP debugger. PHP debugger allows to execute PHP scripts incrementally, watching the values of all variables in every line.
  • SQL manager allows to produce all necessary actions with a database – to add, delete, edit a structure and records in tables, to export data, execute SQL queries. Highlighting and autocompletion works for SQL files also.
  • Support of FTP allows to work straight with a remote server and to do all necessary changes with files;
  • The portable option allows to use editor without the preliminary installation.
  • Other useful utilities: pair highlighting, possibility of blocks selection, collapsing, tooltips, navigation on descriptions of functions and included files at withholding of the key of CTRL, viewing of structure of files and project, preview in a browser, book-marks, and all other standard possibilities for work with a code

Also there are special plugins for work with

  • CMS: Drupal, Joomla
  • PHP frameworks: CakePHP, CodeIgniter, Symfony, Yii
  • JavaScript libraly: JQuery
  • WordPress blogging engine
  • Smarty template engine
Developer: Codelobster Software
Language: English, Russian, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese
Supported: OS Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
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How to install the APC PHP Cache on Debian (Lenny)

February 12, 2010 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, PHP, Zend 
The APC cache can significantly improve your PHP script performance, just by installing it, which basically takes 5 minutes! (Plus, it’s actually supported by the core PHP developers and will probably be integrated into PHP6…) Here’s what I did on my Debian Lenny box… First you may want to have a reference benchmark to see if it actually improves: Code:

ab -c5 -n100

Now install the APC package: Code:

aptitude install php-apc

Now, restart apache: Code:

/etc/init.d/apache2 restart
Now, you can run your benchmark again and see the difference! Tada! :)
Follow up: APC comes with a control panel script, that allows you to check cache usage. Here’s how to make it available on your web root (for example):Code:
gunzip /usr/share/doc/php-apc/apc.php.gz
ln -s /usr/share/doc/php-apc/apc.php /var/www/apc.php

Note that you should also have the php-gd package installed in order to get nice charts! 😉

Qcodo Development Framework – Wiki Page – Qcodo Coding Standards

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Zend 

A typical example would be an application that mostly uses the Qcodo stack for data objects (e.g. the code generator), but uses Zend_Form for front-end development. In that case, custom business logic/functionality and data classes RSS Feed –

Zend Forums • View topic – Use of decorators

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Code: Select all: $this->view->form=new Zend_Form(); by ramzesua on Fri Feb 05, 2010 12:39 pm. … –Zend_Form

<raphael.on.php/>: Utilizing Twitter lists with Zend_Service_Twitter

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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@return Zend_Form */ private function _getForm() { $form = new Zend_Form(); $form->setAction('/register/register') ->setMethod('post'); $twitterScreenName = $form->createElement('text', 'twitter_screen_name',


Zend Framework Components |

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Zend_Application, Zend_Application_Bootstrap, Zend_Application_Module, Zend_Application_Resource; Zend_Controller_Front, Zend_Controller_Action, Zend_Controller_Dispatcher, Zend_Controller_Plugin, Zend_Controller_Router; Zend_Form –

Zend_Form and deep associative arrays – Zend Framework Forum

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Hi, Its possible generate associative arrays elements with Zend_Form? For example: I want to.

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@TheKeyboard » Zend_Form

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Note: These examples are using Zend Framework 1.9.5, with comes with Zend Server Community Edition 4.0.6 for OS-X As I begin working on the admin area for a

Zend Forums • View topic – Tutorial – Zend_Form

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Tutorial – Zend_Form. Post by danieldeveloper on Fri Jan 29, 2010 12:47 pm. About Zend_Form … zend_form/

Bind model to the Zend_Form… « iXTi's personal sandbox

February 6, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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In my previous post I have described how to fill model with values from the Zend_Form . But reverse process is also very important. If you are using Zend_Db_Table you probably will not need any special methods as you can use

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