Web Application Development tools for Opensource??

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Postby AsadRasheed » Sat Aug 13, 2005 3:24 pm

Dear Tahir,
I think upgrade your ram will solve your problem.
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Postby nahsan » Sat Aug 13, 2005 4:18 pm


For PHP O use Zend PHP IDE, it is by far the best IDE for PHP.
For Java I would use IntelliJ, it is designed for J2EE application development. There are others but more resource hungry. I am still looking for a WYSIWYG html desginer, Ubunta Plus is just ~~.

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Re: Web Development tools for Opensource??

Postby lambda » Sat Aug 13, 2005 5:57 pm

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

emacs ships with xml and html editing tools. if you have the sgml tools installed, it'll even validate your html/xml against dtds.

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Postby Anjum Butt » Mon Aug 15, 2005 9:36 am

tahirakram wrote: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?

do reply - Allah Hafiz

Well, If you move upto 256MB, NetBeans will start working fine.
Add more if needed. I have NetBeans 4.0 working fine with 256MB RAM and a 512MB swapspace.
More will follow :)

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