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PhpED 3.2 More Features Than You Can Poke A Stick At


When it comes to finding a PHP based IDE, which has all the bell and whistles attached, you don't have to look much further then NuSphere's phpED 3.2. It is a new release that is going to spin some heads.

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By: Ben Shepherd
Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars / 19
September 02, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · PhpED 3.2 More Features Than You Can Poke A Stick At
  2. · The Review
  3. · Conclusion

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PhpED 3.2 is quite exceptional in the way of being rich in features. These features are inevitably designed to optimize your web applications. You are able to monitor the performance of your code and analyze your databases. You can work on multiple projects simultaneously and debugging is a breeze. If you are in doubt, you can view the phpED 3.2 Help documentation, which I found quite resourceful. Overall, I give this product four and a half stars out of a possible five because of the ability of producing quality and organized large scale web applications.

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You can purchase PhpED at $299. This includes product itself, installation support and updates. Additional licenses are available at $50. PhpED with upgrades (i.e. approximately 3 new versions a year) and on-site technical support is $495 for 1-year period. NuSphere offers special terms for educational institutions and non-profit projects.


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