List the programs you use.

Discussion in 'Webmastering & Programming' started by atlrocks07, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. atlrocks07

    atlrocks07 Limp Gawd

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    What programs do yall like to use for coding/webmasting.?
     
  2. ganesh21

    ganesh21 2[H]4U

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    visual studio 6.0
    visual studio 2005
    visual studio 2008
    sql server 2005
    sql server 2008
    notepad ++
     
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  3. Sir_Poop_Alot

    Sir_Poop_Alot Gawd

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    This is what I currently use.

    • Visual Studio 2005
    • Visual Studio 2008
    • Visual Studio v6.0
    • VMWare 6.5.0
    • Macromedia Flash 8
    • Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
    • Macromedia Fireworks 8
    • Adobe Photoshop CS2
    • Imgburn
    • uTorrent
    • VLC
    • Zune
    • Winmerge
    • WinRar
    • TortoiseSVN
    • Firefox
    • Spotify
     
  4. Mcot

    Mcot Limp Gawd

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    Windows:
    Notepad++
    Powershell

    Linux:
    vim
    bash

    I have used Netbeans, Eclipse and JGrasp before. In general I hate all of the crap that IDE's generate for you.
     
  5. CEpeep

    CEpeep [H]ardness Supreme

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    Smultron. No longer being developed, but it really is the best. skEdit if i need to edit remote files.
     
  6. Tawnos

    Tawnos 2[H]4U

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    Visual Studio 2010
    gVim
    source depot
     
  7. william_fontaine

    william_fontaine Gawd

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    Eclipse 3.5 for coding
    Google Code for Subversion repository
    gimp for image editing
    vi for server config and scripting
     
  8. Bigbacon

    Bigbacon [H]ardForum Junkie

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    VS2008, notepad++

    use irfanview and paint.Net for picture stuff.
     
  9. PTNL

    PTNL [H]ardness Supreme

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    Visual Studio
    Eclipse
    Gimp
    SQL Server Management Studio
    Notepad++
    Toad
    Team Foundation Server
    Subversion
    Beyond Compare
    Firefox with following plugins: Web Developer, Yslow, Colorzilla
     
  10. devman

    devman 2[H]4U

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    Eclipse
    Netbeans
    VisualVM
    PGAdmin3
    PostgreSQL/PostGIS
    Gimp
    Mercurial
    VirtualBox

    OS: Ubuntu 9.04
     
  11. maw

    maw [H]ardness Supreme

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    Dreamweaver CS3
    VS 2008
    SQL Server Management Studio
    Photoshop CS3
    Mozilla Firefox w/ Web Dev and Firebug plugins
    VirtualBox
    SLUGS color picker
    Google. Lots and lots of Google.
     
  12. Whatsisname

    Whatsisname [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Matlab
    Visual Studio
    NI LabView
    NI Measurement Studio
    Notepad++
    Excel
    SVN
    Trac
     
  13. monkeynetman

    monkeynetman Limp Gawd

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    Macromedia Dreamweaver MX*
    Adobe Photoshop 7*
    Notepad++
    Squarespace.com**
    GoDaddy.com**
    WAMP
    Drupal
    Wordpress
    Joomla
    and... lastly... Google for their ability to search up scripts and other neat tutorials!

    * Yeah I know it's old, but if it ain't broke... you know...
    ** Been watching too many Revision3 shows that I ended up using them
     
  14. drdeutsch

    drdeutsch 2[H]4U

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    Occasionally fire up Dreamweaver CS4.

    Webdrive
    E-Text Editor

    Those last two are my favorite combination. Webdrive lets you mount FTP/SFTP accounts to a drive. E-Text Editor is a windows version of Textmate. Supports bundles and lots of nifty triggers. I would use Notepad++, but I like the color schemes, bundles, and triggers of E-Text Editor so much now, I'd find it hard to move on.

    Of course, I also use Firefox + Firebug + Several Firebug extensions.
    IETester (I don't code for IE6, but I still like to look and see if it's working. Also nice for checking if your IE6 Upgrade Javascript is working.
     
  15. illuminate

    illuminate [H]ard|Gawd

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    Vim
    Gedit

    Joomla
    Wordpress
    Visual studio '08
     
  16. Bigbacon

    Bigbacon [H]ardForum Junkie

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    I've been using godaddy for years and they have been exceptional to me. hosting never dies and it's fast.

    I forgot to add I use SQL enterprise Manager (in many forms) as well.
     
  17. amromousa

    amromousa Gawd

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    textmate
    gcc
    xcode
    eclipse (rarely..)
    versions
    svn and git clients
    ant
    javac
    ruby + gems
    apache
    mysql
    vim
    and so on..
     
  18. odoe

    odoe Madministrator Staff Member

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    FlexBuilder 3 (waiting for Flex 4)
    Visual Studio 2008
    Notepad++

    Software used to actually get things up and running ArcGIS Server and other desktop ArcGIS products.
     
  19. HCLPfan

    HCLPfan Gawd

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  20. frewtz

    frewtz Limp Gawd

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    Visual Studio 2008
    SQL Server 2005
    Team Foundation Server
    Firefox (w/ at least Firebug)
     
  21. eon

    eon 2[H]4U

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    emacs
    eclipse
    visual studio 2005/2008
    crystal reports
    vi
    toad
    sql server management studio 2005/2008

    didnt include all the random stuff I used in college for various courses
     
  22. the_b_man

    the_b_man Limp Gawd

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    Eclipse+Subversive
    Notepad++
    Firefox+Firebug
    Misc. tools such as XML Cooktop, Oracle SQL Developer, WinSCP
     
  23. ann0yanc3

    ann0yanc3 Gawd

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    so it looks like there's a bunch M$ and Java devs in here.

    i do web dev using:

    Aptana + plugins (PHP, subversion, Rockstarapps)
    Firefox + Firebug
    Photoshop CS4
    Fireworks CS4
    Filezilla
     
  24. tdktank59

    tdktank59 Gawd

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    Coding: Coda (mac), Zend Dev Environment 5.5.1 (Mac, Windows)
    sFTP: Transmit (mac), WinSCP (windows)
    Shell: iTerm (mac), Putty (windows)
    Browsers: Firefox + WebDev/FireBug plugins (mac,windows), IE (windows), Safari (mac)
    SVN: Coda (mac), TortoiseSVN (windows)
     
  25. Digital Cro-Magnon

    Digital Cro-Magnon Limp Gawd

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    Dev on Linux w/ WinXP VM
    Quanta+
    Eclipse
    NotePad++
    SQLYog
    Virtual Box
    Navicat
    TOAD Data Modeler
    Subversion
    vi
    ssh
    Adobe Acrobat, Illustrator
    GIMP
    FireFox Addons (FireBug, Web Developer, Elastic Fox)
    Amazon AWS
    Rackspace Cloud Servers
     
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  26. Whisperfang

    Whisperfang Gawd

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    VS 2008
    PSPad
    Filezilla
    SQL 2008
     
  27. rdmty

    rdmty n00b

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    osx:
    textmate
    terminal.app
    transmit
    sftp, git, svn

    nix:
    screen
    screen
    screen
    vim
     
  28. Sgarissta

    Sgarissta Limp Gawd

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    vim
    screen
    bash
    ssh
    git
    firefox
     
  29. FrEaKy

    FrEaKy [H] Movie and TV Show Review Guy

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    Microsoft Expressions Web Suite 3
    Adobe Master Collection - InDesign, Dreamweaver, Adobe Acrobat Professional
    Adobe Macromedia ColdFusion MX
    PhotoShop CS4
    SQL Server 2005
    Notepad ++
    Joomla!
    Microsoft Virtual PC

    Firefox baby!
     
  30. jrdonnaruma

    jrdonnaruma Gawd

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    Expression Studio 3
    Adobe Master Collection
    Visual Studio 2010
    Visual Studio 2008
    SQL Server 2008
    SQL Server 2008 Developer
    MySQL
    GIMP
    Inkscape
    VMware Workstation 6.5
    Firefox
    Chrome
    Safari
    Ruby
    Python
    Notepad2
    Core FTP
    Eclipse w/Google Andriod extensions
     
  31. KaosDG

    KaosDG [H]ardForum Junkie

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    VS 2008
    VS 2005
    VS .NET 2003
    XCode
    Eclipse
    NetBeans
    Notepad++
    TextMate
     
  32. sean2k7

    sean2k7 [H]Lite

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    Web Dev:
    Firefox w/ Firebug, Dev toolbar & Colorzilla
    Chrome, Safari & IE 6,7,8 - Testing
    Dreamweaver CS4
    Photoshop CS4
    Firezilla

    Server:
    CentOS
    Apache
    PHP
    MySQL
    RoR

    Server Config:
    Putty
    Nano

    Other:
    Google Analytics
    Mozilla Bespin
     
  33. SUPERGT

    SUPERGT Gawd

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    BDV [H]ard|Gawd

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    Beyond Compare
    VS2008
    Netbeans
    Eclipse
    5 versions of proprietary dev environment
    Carbide.c++

    MS SQL Server (various versions)
    ..
    ..
    ..
    Notepad
     
  35. Volume

    Volume 2[H]4U

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  36. BinaryCleric

    BinaryCleric Limp Gawd

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    These days: Eclipse, Emacs, Gnome's Terminal (and Quake), Chromium, and Firefox.
    In College: Emacs and a Terminal. :D

    I used to write mostly C/C++ in college, but now in the "real" world I mostly do work with PHP and JavaScript.
     
  37. NeoMatriX724

    NeoMatriX724 Limp Gawd

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    Visual Studio WebDev 2008 Express Edition -- It's lighter weight than VS, and the code skeletons are pretty straight forward (with little gunk).

    Notepad++ -- This is mostly for quick edits or throwing together quick pages where VS might be overkill.

    Firefox + FireBug + Web Developer Toolbar -- this is probably the most important one. I use the above 2 for primarily XHTML / PHP / ASP coding. Once the structure and underlying functions are working as intended, just throw it into Firefox and start styling right in the browser with changes immediately displayed. It's kind of fun to see your page take shape while you write the code without having to constantly refresh, or reload your page.

    Photoshop CS3 -- This is pretty straight forward.

    My flow is pretty straight forward. I'll start in Photoshop and completely lay out the design for pages. My goal is to pretty much create all the elements of the pages within a single PSD. Hiding and showing layers allows me to show different kinds of pages (front page vs. content page, etc).

    Once this is done, I slice out the necessary assets like logo's and gradients and store them. Then go through the sliced assets and remove the extraneous ones which Photoshop adds.

    Depending on the site / client, my path branches here. Some clients want to see a mock-up of the page to iron out any design details, while others would like to first ensure the content / server-side aspects of the site are working.

    For the former, I'll go directly into VS and start coding the XHTML framework and constructing the site itself. Then throw it into Firefox and start CSS'ing the whole thing. Once it's complete, I allow the client to evaluate. If they want any design changes, I take care of them now, and then move onto the back end coding. Once this is complete, I just have to go into the XHTML skeleton and replace the static content with PHP / ASP calls to return the necessary data.

    For the latter, I code the back-end (or configure the CMS like Drupal or Joomla), and then create a very barebones XHTML + CSS template. It takes surprisingly little work to adapt it to Drupal or Joomla from there.
     
  38. rapid

    rapid Limp Gawd

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    xampp
    notepad++
    navicat
    pycron
    firefox + various web dev plugins
    paintshop pro 9
    photoshop CS3
     
  39. Recursion

    Recursion [H]Lite

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    I use

    vi
    gcc
    as
    ld
    gdb


    thats it
     
  40. Antiokus

    Antiokus n00b

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    VS 2008
    TFS
    SQL Server 2005
    Dev C++ (rarely)
    Expression Studio 3