When you build a web site, even using the CMS, sooner or later you will need to edit the source code of pages – to give the site an individual look and functionality. Every webmaster should understand HTML, CSS, and preferably, PHP code. But knowing and understanding the code is only one part of the good skill.
Sublime Text 2 has become my favourite editor for many reasons. In this post I list some of my favourite packages and resources for learning more about Sublime Text 2 usage.
If you are developing WordPress themes or plugins we have a must-try IDE for you – PhpStorm from JetBrains. Let’s look at specific features wordpress developers can use in order to increase their productivity.
In this article we explore the various PHP IDE options available for editing WordPress files and building themes and plugins. We expand on our two winners: Notepad++ and Netbeans for PHP.