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What do you use??

Discussion in 'Website Development' started by m1k30rz, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. m1k30rz

    m1k30rz New Member

    What software do you use to develop your websites?
     
  2. m1k30rz

    m1k30rz New Member

    I currently use Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Dreamweaver and Smart FTP :cool:
     
  3. dstresd

    dstresd New Member

    Hmmm....depends on the OS I suppose

    Windows
    CMD + MySQL Client, phpDesigner2008, Firefox 2 + IE7 + Opera 9 + Safari 3, TortoiseSVN, occasionally Photoshop CS2 or CS3, SmartFTP

    Linux
    Zend, VI, Quanta, Terminal + MySQL Client, Firefox 2 + Opera 9 + Konqueror, Terminal + SVN, GIMP. gFTP or ftp

    Mac OS X
    Coda, Coda's built-in terminal + MySQL Client, Firefox 2 + Safari + Camino + Opera 9, Coda's built-in terminal + SVN, occasionally Photoshop CS3, Fetch

    Cross-Platform
    Zend Editor...it's actually really excellent on Windows and Linux....makes me cry on OS X
     
  4. sensovision

    sensovision New Member

    I'm using Linux as my desktop and for server.
    I'm using GIMP, BlueFish, OpenSSH, gFTP, Firefox 2, Opera 9, IE6(through Wine).
     
  5. Garala

    Garala New Member

    I design my layouts using Photoshop and then switch to ImageReady to slice it up. Then I go open up Dreamweaver, and do coding there. I'm still learning how to code with notepad, so meanwhile dreamweaver is my only source. :mrgreen:
     
  6. m1k30rz

    m1k30rz New Member

    Very nice, exactly how I do it haha! Sometimes I draw the images by themselves seperatley also..
     
  7. FunSiteMaker

    FunSiteMaker New Member

    Dreamweaver and Paint shop pro :)
     
  8. vasunitw

    vasunitw New Member

    i use adobe photoshop mainly..
     
  9. gamer

    gamer Member

    I use adobe photoshop for the images, dreamweaver for the html part of the website and cute ftp for uploading and downloading my site.
     
  10. powerlifer123

    powerlifer123 New Member

    I have always been one to use just plain old notepad for coding. When i was in my prime designing websites i found editors such as dreamweaver and especially frontpage were throwing in lots of useless un-semantic code.

    Now i dont know if they have improved since then but this has put me off using these expensive software editors in favour of my free notepad which i can trust:).

    But there is no doubt there are probably alot of very useful features within these programs.
     
  11. Jack Arsenault

    Jack Arsenault New Member

    I use adopephotoshop cs5 and Its working really well and I am getting lots of aplouse for my design;)
     
  12. WooServers

    WooServers New Member

    Dreamweaver and adode Photoshop cs5.
     

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