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Stuart Herbert's Blog:
Setting Up Sublime Text 2 For PHP Development
February 28, 2012 @ 08:49:07

Stuart Herbert, a big fan of the Sublime Text 2 editor, has put together a post showing you what he thinks is an effected way to set up the editor for PHP development.

As the interest seems to be there, I thought it would be a great idea to follow up with a post taking you step by step through how I've set up Sublime Text 2 for PHP development, and showing you some of the useful features that you get out of the box with Sublime Text 2.

He's come up with some screencasts of his setup so you can see the useful features in action. He points out a few things to install or that use can use to make your development simpler:

  • Package Control
  • the Soda theme
  • how to edit user preferences
  • using the "Goto Anything" bar
  • using the PHP snippets plugin
  • DocBlockr for documentation blocks
  • Sublime linter
  • Goto Documentation

...and much more. This flexible editor makes it easy to customize just about everything in your environment and with more and more plugins/packages popping up all the time, there's a good chance the feature you need will be introduced soon.

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