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Web Application Development tools for Opensource??

Postby tahirakram » Wed Jul 20, 2005 10:31 am

Hello forum

I need web apllication development tool on RHL9 having support of opensource technologies, like php, java etc.

I download screem, but it require GLIB2.5.6. I install GLIB but the installation of screem dosnt proceed & stuck on checking the GLIB 2.5.6 (it cant recognize the GLIB). If anyone has used it plz help me to install GLIB & screem. or suggest anyother tool for e-com web development


Thanks in advance
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Postby zaeemarshad » Wed Jul 20, 2005 5:09 pm

Why in the first place are you using RedHat 9? Better switch to Fedora Core if you are so in love with RedHat. You won't be able to use the newer versions of these applications with RedHat 9.

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Postby LinuxFreaK » Wed Jul 20, 2005 11:56 pm

Dear tahirakram,
Salam,

http://www.rpmfind.net

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Postby tahirakram » Thu Jul 21, 2005 11:31 am

zaeemarshad wrote:Why in the first place are you using RedHat 9? Better switch to Fedora Core if you are so in love with RedHat. You won't be able to use the newer versions of these applications with RedHat 9.

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Aslam-0-Alaykum Zaeem

I didnt know much technical details of Fedore vs RHL9. I m using RHL 9 server for my app. should i switch on Fed from RHL 9, & Fed has less problems like I m facing for Installation on my machine.

2nd thing if I got the cds of Fed, do my RHL9 will b upgraded to Fedora Core 2

plz tell

Thankx for it
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Postby mrkkhattak » Thu Jul 21, 2005 12:57 pm

Assalamualaikum,

I will not recommend you to upgrade to Fecora Core (any number), unless it is very necessary for your application to run. As Fecora Core is more resource hungry than RH 9 etc.

Now I will come to your original question, for php development on Linux, please consider using the following :

1- jEdit (I have been using it on RH 8 from the last 2 years)
2- Eclipse (if you have more than or 256mb RAM).

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Postby AsadRasheed » Mon Jul 25, 2005 3:21 pm

salam khattak bhai

If you please paste these two tools weblinks i will be very thankful.

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Postby Anjum Butt » Tue Jul 26, 2005 12:32 am

Aoa,

Khattak is right, also Fedora Core is not suitable for servers due to high amount of experimental stuff.

If you really need an RPM based server try CentOS or other distro. just not Fedora Core.

Here are the links:
jEdit http://www.jedit.org
eclipse http://www.eclipse.org (very huge to download ~80MB+)
More will follow :)

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Postby fawad » Wed Jul 27, 2005 2:14 am

My favorite is nvu. If you're planning to do WYSIWYG HTML/CSS, this is the tool. I'm not sure about how it feels about PHP, though.
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Postby tahirakram » Fri Jul 29, 2005 3:48 pm

thanx u ppl alot

well I have switched from PHP 2 java b/c of the need of my system,
I will use j2ee + ejb to start the project

thank u very much for ur response
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Postby tahirakram » Thu Aug 04, 2005 1:23 pm

Aslam-0-Alaykum forum!

I have heared the java IDEs for Linux, I have RedHat Linux 9. which IDE will be best for me for JAVA (especially j2ee). is jedit is fit for all j2ee needs or anyother fit IDE tht provide best coding envoirmnment

plz do tell

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Postby Anjum Butt » Thu Aug 04, 2005 4:01 pm

Although the community might disagree, I would recommend the use of NetBeans IDE for Java.
Its developed by Sun Microsystems. And is more complete than eclipse at the moment.
NetBeans feature a complete IDE that can stand up to Visual Studio.
It also has a form designer in the essence of Visual Studio.
However, Eclipse is also getting developed pretty fast.

You can get NetBeans IDE from Sun microsystem's site.
I think you can get a Java+NetBeans bundle around 80MB from there.

as usual: http://java.sun.com
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Re: Web Development tools for Opensource??

Postby lambda » Fri Aug 05, 2005 5:48 pm

tahirakram wrote:Hello forum

I need web development tool on RHL9 having support of opensource technologies, like php etc.


emacs.
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Re: Web Development tools for Opensource??

Postby kadnan » Sat Aug 06, 2005 9:58 am

lambda wrote:
tahirakram wrote:Hello forum

I need web development tool on RHL9 having support of opensource technologies, like php etc.


emacs.


Huh,why not vi?(if it`s just the matter of showing off *HTML* skills)

tahir,Jdeveloper for java,its pretty cool
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Postby tahirakram » Sat Aug 13, 2005 12:09 pm

Anjum Butt wrote:Although the community might disagree, I would recommend the use of NetBeans IDE for Java.
Its developed by Sun Microsystems. And is more complete than eclipse at the moment.
NetBeans feature a complete IDE that can stand up to Visual Studio.
It also has a form designer in the essence of Visual Studio.
However, Eclipse is also getting developed pretty fast.

You can get NetBeans IDE from Sun microsystem's site.
I think you can get a Java+NetBeans bundle around 80MB from there.

as usual: http://java.sun.com

Aslam-0-Alaykum Anjum Butt

I ve installed netBeans (on RHL 9) it is very low in responding is it resource consuming IDE? as I have 128 MB Memory - also for that very reason I cant Insatalled Sun Java System Application Server (while installing stuck on 46% "Uncompressing appserv-assemblytools.jar", & installation doesnt proceed). Do by enhancing RAM will solve my problem & reveals of both quick responsiveness of netBeans & installeation Sun Java System Application Server?

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