So, dear readers, I’m doing the IDE reviews for all of you guys and there’s two ways I can proceed:
I can take each of the requirements and do a single post per requirement with a writeup about it in detail for each of the 4 IDEs — then I was thinking for each new IDE I try, I can hit those same points. Or I can write up specifically on a single editor at a time, covering all of the requirements and I will also then review anything else about the editor etc.
I’d like to do a single post on the cross-platform technologies in play (Java Vs XUL) and on the Eclipse and Netbeans platforms (outside of any PHP plugins), but these fall outside of the scope of the original intention of reviewing the IDEs.
There are several incarnations of Eclipse I would like to review: Zend Studio for Eclipse, Aptana and PHPEclipse, I think perhaps I need a comparison table for Eclipse solutions on their own
19 Responses to “Detailed IDE Reviews: How do you want to do this?”
Well, that was new. Live writing a talk abstract on google docs.@dshafik [7 hours ago]
You know it's bad when overnight delivery just isn't fast enough. If I could download this lens, I would do it.@dshafik [10 hours ago]