• milali

    I go with Eclipse and Wampp, I have a local lampp setup but I could never get the xdebug breakpoints to work. :( I find developing in wamp painless for source control as Tortise SVN is super easy to use. The only downside wamp is INCREDIBLY slow :(

    Is there a free or affordable windows development environments which works well?

    Or does anyone have a good linux setup which actually works with breakpoints?

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    • letas

      I have netbeans with LAMP in Ubuntu Precise (12.04) – I installed it using tasksel and xdebug with breakpoints works fine. I also have nginx installed as well as percona and solr and everything works fine. If you install php-fpm you must change the default port for either xdebug or php-fpm as both try to use 9000. I simply changed the one for xdebug to 9001 and updated netbeans. I believe wamp was the sole reason why I moved to Linux and never looked back :-D

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  • edannenberg

    Nice collection, bookmarked. :) As you use netbeans, maven and the magento plugin might be worth a look. http://mavento.bbe-consulting.de/

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    • http://www.kingletas.com letas

      Looking into it as soon as a get a computer. I’ve been wanting to look into Maven for the longest time now and this is the perfect opportunity. Thanks for the tip.

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    • letas

      Thanks Edannenberg… I am currently getting my head around Maven now, you don’t know what pandora box you just opened!

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  • fbrnc

    Replace Netbeans by PHPStorm and this list is perfect :) (Well it still is, with Netbeans on it.) Also thanks, for mentioning the Magento Profiler!

    Your blog posts and the selection of topics (Magento, Varnish, Performance,…) made your blog to one of my favorite blogs to read! Keep up the good work!

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    • letas

      LOL – Believe me at the office I am one of the few that still uses netbeans :-)

      Thanks or the encouragement :-D is really well received and appreciate it

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Euklid Nils Boe Eriksen

    phpstorm simply needs to go into your list. – and dig into the phpstorm plugin http://magicento.com/

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    • letas

      This is the one topic I don’t practice what I preach… I have most of my coworkers working with PHPstorm and Magicento, one of them actually fixed a bug in the initial release :P

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  • Russel adword

    I agree with fbrnc you should replace Netbeans with PHPStorm and your list will get its perfection. :)

    http://www.cloudways.com/en/managed-cloud.php

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  • http://www.quickmage.com Henry Vaaderpass

    explain, how Vim is better than Emacs..

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