Tag: IDE

WordPress Support in PhpStorm 8

I’ve been using PhpStorm for a couple years now, and in version 8 (due in Q3 2014) has the best WordPress integration I’ve ever seen in an IDE. #smitten

Posted: August 26, 2014

My Top 10 Sublime Text Plugins

If I were a gambling man I’d wager that you’re probably a Sublime Text 2 user. In fact I might go so far as to say it’s probably running on your machine right now. If so, definitely have a look at this list of plugins for the app, it’s a great collection. While I don’t […]

Posted: January 17, 2013

IDEs Are a Language Smell

IDEs Are a Language Smell. This is intriguing to me as it highlights something I let go under my radar for some time. Do IDEs make a lazier programmer? One who is less intimate with their language of choice and the implementation they’ve built? I find it interesting that something that’s designed to make you […]

Posted: November 20, 2012

Light Table reaches 0.1.0

Chris Granger – Light Table reaches 0.1.0. If I’m honest, this project is moving along even faster than I would expect! Don’t let Light Table fall off of your radar, Chris is doing some really interesting things with the project and it’s nice to see a fresh look at software development. It’s so cool to […]

Posted: August 19, 2012

The future is specific

Chris Granger – The future is specific. I’ve got to admit that Light Table is becoming more intriguing the more I read about it. I was impressed with the debut, I was glad to see the Kickstarter take off like it did, and I was thrilled to see that the project joined the Summer 2012 […]

Posted: May 23, 2012

JSLint in Sublime Text 2 on OS X

Sublime Text 2, also known as TextMate 2 in my office, is becoming increasingly useful to me. The only trouble thus far is the lack of community involvement to the extent of TextMate. That’s to be expected, it’s an alpha that went cross platform two seconds ago. All that aside though, it’s an impressive alpha. […]

Posted: April 21, 2011

Improving Your Process: WordPress Development Using Xdebug

Programming workflows have always been especially interesting to me. It may be due to the wide spectrum of detail that can be achieved from a workflow, and I’d like to see what’s truly useful and valuable as you go about writing code. Debugging is something I plan on researching further.

Posted: March 28, 2011

Seriously Considering the Move from Text Editor to an IDE

The past year has shown me that my interest in programming is expanding. That said, it’s an entirely new discipline in which I need to refine my professionalism. There are certain aspects of working within an IDE that I feel will help me accomplish that.

Posted: March 14, 2011