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CodeLobster PHP Edition [Sponsored Review]

For today’s post, we get to take a look at this webdeveloping software called CodeLobster PHP Edition.

CodeLobster is a specialized IDE for developing PHP, which also includes good support for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. CodeLobster PHP Edition comes in two versions; Free and Professional. The two versions is pretty much the same except in the free version, you only get to use the following supported plugins for up to 30 days:

1. PHP CMSs:

  • Drupal
  • Joomla
  • WordPress

2)      Frameworks:

  • Symfony
  • CakePHP
  • CodeIgniter
  • Facebook API
  • Yii
  • Smarty [template engine]

3)      jQuery

4)      SQL Manager

Standard features that come with CodeLobster are syntax/code highlighting for all coding languages (HTML, CSS, JS, PHP), browser preview, dynamic/context help, PHP debugger, code assist (a.k.a. auto-complete), an FTP support which allows you to work straight with a remote server, and lots of others.

But what separates CodeLobster from the rest of the competition is that it has more unique features, most of which can help increase efficiency.

First is the unique use of the ‘Ctrl’ key for navigating the HTML code. By pressing and holding down the ‘Ctrl’ key you can open the connected CSS or JavaScript file directly from the HTML document. This saves time because it gives you the opportunity to find any errors in the path (file location) and in the spelling.

Another feature is called Image Tooltips, which shows the connected image of <img> elements as a pop up whenever you hover your mouse over the “src” path. And just like in navigating with the ‘Ctrl’ key, this also helps you to quickly detect any possible errors.

What do I personally think about CodeLobster? Well, when you’ve gotten used to a particular product and you start using a different one, chances are you’re going to find fault with the latter simply because you’re not used to it. CodeLobster is no exception. If you’re already accustomed to using a particular IDE, it might take some adjustment on your part. But if you haven’t used an editor before or haven’t spent a long time using just one in particular then you’ll surely have no qualms with this one. I’d recommend CodeLobster for sure.

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