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* Why Netbeans 6.9x+ is an awesome PHP development environment ''[http://dev.joho.se/2010/09/23/why-netbeans-6-9x-is-an-awesome-php-development-environment/ Read more...]''
* ''"For me, NetBeans provides much of the framework I need to be productive. It’s autocomplete, syntax checking, and automatic loading of docbloc information on various objects I’m using makes it easy and fast to develop code without having to always be referencing the manual or documentation." [http://www.brandonsavage.net/the-five-tools-i-cant-develop-without/ Read more...]''
* ''"For me, NetBeans provides much of the framework I need to be productive. It’s autocomplete, syntax checking, and automatic loading of docbloc information on various objects I’m using makes it easy and fast to develop code without having to always be referencing the manual or documentation." [http://www.brandonsavage.net/the-five-tools-i-cant-develop-without/ Read more...]''
* ''"Playing with NetBeans/PHP. Eclipse PDT is running a little sluggish." [http://twitter.com/podcycler/status/23210701803749376 See the tweet...]''
* ''"Playing with NetBeans/PHP. Eclipse PDT is running a little sluggish." [http://twitter.com/podcycler/status/23210701803749376 See the tweet...]''

Revision as of 08:37, 16 February 2011

This page contains links to external web pages with various information about NetBeans PHP support.

Note: More comments can be found on Real Stories from People Switching to the NetBeans IDE!, search for "PHP".


  • "PHP Programming with NetBeans - post about an experience with NetBeans" Read more ...
  • "Netbeans is looking more and more interesting." Read more...
  • "I’ve used Frontpage and Dreamweaver but they fail to compare to NetBeans. ... It’s a great open source IDE that hasn’t failed me yet." Read more...
  • "Netbeans is an excellent piece of software. Best PHP IDE out there by miles." Read more...
  • "I also like the PHP support which, in my opinion, makes NetBeans the best PHP IDE around." Read more...
  • "This is accomplished by integrating precise features required for PHP development into the Netbeans IDE." Read more...
  • "NetBeans has introduced a very powerful development environment for PHP since version 6.5." Read more...
  • Free opensource Symfony-friendly IDE: NetBeans 6.8 Read more...
  • "After Symphony, the great Netbeans PHP editors can now support another popular php framework, zend framework." Read more...
  • "I would recommend NetBeans to all PHP coders" Read more...
  • "Excellent code highlight, completion and syntax checkup functionality." Read more...
  • "I quickly felt in love with NetBeans. Overall look and feel is great!" Read more...
  • "NetBeans is quite possibly the best free php editor on Mac OS X." Read more...
  • "Ultimately netbeans persuaded me to convert." Read more...
  • NetBeans 6.8 Has Symfony Support, Why Not Zend! Read more...
  • "Netbeans is a very nice IDE when it comes on to writing code in PHP and MySQL." Read more...
  • "Netbeans is instead a very neat php editor with a lot of extra helping functions for html as well." Read more...
  • "latest NetBeans build (6.8) branch has great PHP 5.3 support and feels more stable, fast and functional" Read more...
  • NetBeans 6.7 and PHP/Symfony – a perfect couple Read more...
  • Impressions of PHP Development on Netbeans 6.7 Read more...
  • "This thing absolutely rocks for PHP development." Read more...
  • 7 reasons to switch to Netbeans 6.7 Beta – PHP IDE Read more...
  • "NetBeans is pretty much a PHP coder's dream come true." Read more...
  • The Big PHP IDE Test: Why Use One And Which To Choose Read more...
  • PHP Debugger – NetBeans & xdebug – Awesome! Read more...
  • "NetBeans 6.5 is officially my new favorite PHP/web-dev IDE." Read more...
  • "In my modest opinion this is the best free IDE solution currently out there." Read more...
  • NetBeans IDE 6.5 Beta: Geared for PHP Development! Read more...
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