I can't have access to my regular PC and tools to edit PHP based websites. It would be nice to do the editing in a web browser but not be set back to doing all editing using just a basic text box. Has anyone seen a good, open source, online editor specializing in PHP? the editor will be able to browse a website for files, open them in an editor, make backup copies, and run the edits through PHP's built in color highlighters and syntax checkers before commiting changes. Some nice to have features would include such things as archiving older versions allowing roll back and diffing versions to see what has changed.
Are there any Open Source online IDE's except for Bespin? If found some online IDE's like; [URL], [URL], [URL], [URL], but non of them are open source. Bespin isn't working for me, it could be because I'm a Opera user, but even in Firefox I couldn't get it to work properly. And if there is no other alternative; what about creating a new open source project? First, if I'm supposed to create an open source project; what would be the best place to host it?
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I have a small project that only employs 2 developers right now (Maybe there will be more developers later, but i wanna keep it small). Maybe it can be non-php software, but i should work fine online at Sourceforge.net.tell me which would be the best free (OpenSouce preferred) software for project management, the feature i have been searching for are:
Bug Tracker Milestones Task that can be assigned to project members
know of any online editors suitable for editing PHP (i.e. web-based code editors, that either use a textarea, or fill the entire page) that have line numbers and syntax coloring? Those are really the only requirements I have. Preferably free, if possible. I've found a few, but they're either really buggy, or really expensive. Am curious to see if anyone has run across anything that they thought was impressive.
Does anybody know, if there is somewhere an editor with highlighter functions to implement in an existing cms with mysql backend? It should be easy to use/install :) Has anyone an idea? I need it because, we are working on that cms, and it would be easier to edit it online. So nobody needs to configure ftp clients, ..
I know about online html editors which convert <textarea> to wysiwyg editors. but does anybody know a similar solution to write PHP code in a textarea? I'd like (automatic) indention & keyword markup if possible. At least the indention would be handy since it's not possible to enter 'tab' easily in <textarea> .
So I would like to create a php editor for the browser, I need it because sometimes I make little test codes what makes my computer messy and I always need to delete or manage those files too and I also would like to split the browser into two frames, the first for PHP the second for the page what is edited so I could see the result, and debug it faster.But I don't really know how should I make it because PHP needs to be executed, it's not enable to save it like HTML.
It is often difficult for an artist to express with words what can be done with a couple of pencil strokes.So I thought a great idea would be to give the artists a possibility to quote an image and paint on it to show errors or design suggestions.
Now to do it an artist has to download the image, open it in his painting program, paint the corrections, save it and attach to his message.What I want to do is automate this process.Is it possible to do with php?
I need a source code spell-checker. Of course there is a closed source ones but I'm looking for an open source solution, That can spell check html files, php source codes any further types would be better. I also thought about making my own since there is a good libraries for spell checking, So what features you think it's good to be added to this application? I have a very basic imagination of it: Just Highlight the error words and give you suggestions without any actual modifying for the source code.Support local and remote filesSpell check only certain parts of code like string literals (between quotations)choosing between dictionaries.Using the apell lib or any equivalent one.
I need a VERY simple WYSIWYG editor for a site that I am currently making... I need to be able to disable <h1> and <div> but apart from that it needs to support most BASIC tags (nothing complex like span is needed)... What I really need is:
h2h3etc.br /plinksemail links
Does anyone know where I can get one... or even better, has anyone made one!
It's a simple deal: I'm sometimes in places where I don't have my laptop, and find myself with spare time and an idea for a project. But unfortunately, I can't do anything about it.I tried a variety of solutions, which include running IDEs (like phpstorm or Aptana) on a disc-on-key or cd (very slow and unappealing), trying several online solutions (like http://phpanywhere.net) and found that all of them are either buggy, overloaded or underloaded with features, just difficult to use, require FTP etc etc.All that is required here is a syntax highlighting and debugging alerts; no actual running of code.So the question is split into two:)Do you know of a good online php editor that you've used and enjoyed2)If no, then how would you go about making one?The second one seems a bit general, so I'll try and expand...It might be a good idea; if you can't find one, make one. The question is about the concept of making a syntax highlighter (shouldn't be too difficult), and the difficult part of catching php errors WITHOUT executing any php code.
I am making online file editor which works by SSH.It can connect to another SSH machine, read textarea, and make a remote SSH command with $textarea .What command shall i use, so it will change file called server.settings to contents of $textarea? Or some script?
I remember looking at a website that let you browse the source code of PHPBB. it showed you a list of all variables and it would tell you the file and line number each variable appeared. Did the same with functions, constants, etc. Anyone have that link by chance? Or even better, maybe knows the tool itself that compiled that useful little list? I want it bad enough I would even write it myself in perl but I really don't want to reinvent the wheel.
what you think is the best editor for PHP code? I like ultraedit, but it doesn't show me a list of all variables/functions the way that DZsoft PHP editor does. But I also code in other languages so opening multiple kinds of files in tabs inside one editor is also nice. I've found some bugs in both programs though.
I am after a wysiwyg editor online that i can use along with an image manager that is on the same page next to it.
i need to have an image manager on the same page so people can just click or drag an image to the editor instead of having to open a new popup window. is this possible and can anyone point me to a script that allows me to do this?
I have this weird problem. I purchased a very well-known 3rd-party php-based forum software. Uploaded to my server, run it for few weeks. This morning, when I visit my site, it display ALL the php code, including all the comments etc, like what you will see if you open it with notepad. VERY scary, my database config which is in php file also visible, what the hell is this?? I have no choice but to take my website down now. What should I do? How the hell internet browser can view PHP code? I though php code is very safe??
i have to create a page where i need to insert two frame one will be displaying the pdf file after fetching from database and another will be displaying text file from the database.i want to know if it's possible to open only assigned folder through the editors.also which are the best editors for the purpose.
I've installed Apache + PHP. When I try to access a PHP script file via my browser, i get the typical message to open it in an editor or to save it in my computer, instead of open de file in the browser. Can anybody give me a solution?
I am needing to install a bug tracking system on a web server and looking for a good PHP open source solution. Looking for a pretty mature system that still has active development. Thanks for any suggestions.
I'm new to php programming and I'm designing a little complex project using php/mysql I wrote my essential codes that I need but now I want to add more things to my project such as security ,file upload that I do not have time to learn and wrote by myself . my question is : should I use open source code?where to find the best and simplest ? and how to use them?
I have been searching for the best open source PHP IDE for a while now. At first I used phpeclipse and later I tried eclipses PHP plugin but it was buggy and it seems they are not keen on really getting it working. I recently tried Netbeans PHP support and that seems the best so far.
How to earn a LIVING by participating in open source projects? Can u suggest any PHP-related open source development sites? What roles are available in open source development? What role can a beginner play while doing open source projects?