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Hi.. About PHP & Javascript Develop Environment

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Hi everyone
I just starting to develop in AJAX and I'm very interested in develop
over PHP & Javascript. My question is about witch tools do you use for
it. I'ven seen Zend Studio and someone else.

What do you think??

I develop over Linux Debian || Mac Os X (intel).

Thanks a lot

Etham

Jul 17 '06 #1
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lj*****@gmail.com wrote:
Hi everyone
I just starting to develop in AJAX and I'm very interested in develop
over PHP & Javascript. My question is about witch tools do you use for
it. I'ven seen Zend Studio and someone else.

What do you think??

I develop over Linux Debian || Mac Os X (intel)

Thanks a lot

Etham
You should stop by these great sites for great Javascripts that you can easily integrate into your PHP programs.

http://www.xyscipts.com
http://www.brainjar.com
http://www.treemenu.com
There are of course many more sites but these three you can't do without.

-DE-

Jul 19 '06 #2

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Double Echo wrote:
lj*****@gmail.com wrote:
>Hi everyone
I just starting to develop in AJAX and I'm very interested in develop
over PHP & Javascript. My question is about witch tools do you use for
it. I'ven seen Zend Studio and someone else.

What do you think??

I develop over Linux Debian || Mac Os X (intel)

Thanks a lot

Etham
You should stop by these great sites for great Javascripts that you can
easily integrate into your PHP programs.

http://www.xyscipts.com
http://www.brainjar.com
http://www.treemenu.com
There are of course many more sites but these three you can't do without.

-DE-
http://www.treemenu.org <-- free treemenu -- the treemenu.com is a payware version i suppose
http://www.yxscripts.com <-- correction to the above -- dyslexia!

sorry for the typos...

-DE-

Jul 19 '06 #3

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