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Code editor
July 15, 2013 11:42AM
Looks good - bluefish.

4.6meg + another 7.7 for gtk2 runtime enviro.

Win versions you can download here http://www.bennewitz.com/bluefish/stable/binaries/win32/

Once you save it has syntax coloring
Re: Code editor
July 15, 2013 12:31PM
Thanks Prof Mac,
This is a fantastic editor,I will use it once I complete this course.

I'm afraid if I use it now, I will become lazy using the automatic form,checkbox etc..
Re: Code editor
July 16, 2013 07:59AM
Thank you Prof Mac,

It is a good editor!
But what about people like me with Linux?
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Re: Code editor
July 16, 2013 08:29AM
It comes in Linux flavour - just visit the site
Re: Code editor
July 16, 2013 09:24AM
Thanks Prof

Will have a look at it.
Re: Code editor
July 17, 2013 01:36PM
got it'

thanks prof
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July 30, 2013 08:04AM
If you are working in windows NetBeans works great. It has a debugger also.
Re: Code editor
July 31, 2013 11:46AM
Hi All

Will one's portfolio be disqualified if an editor such as these is use for these course..?
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Re: Code editor
July 31, 2013 02:39PM
Some editors can create advanced code on your behalf by point and click. For example, you select the db, the table and the fields, and it produces a listing of the table with a few click. That is not accepted.

You can use editors which helps you debug, even inserts snippets of code (e.g. a db connection). You can use classes which are freely available (e.g. a mail class to send mail).

Point is, I want to see you code most of the stuff. That is how you learn.
Re: Code editor
August 05, 2013 09:32PM
wow, this is an awesome app. I love it....
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