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On The Go Coding with PHPanywhere
September 08, 2009 @ 08:12:33

In this recent post to PHPBuilder.com they spotlight a web-based tool you can use to write PHP code no matter where in the world you are - PHPanywhere.

PHP developers, just like most IT professionals, are often on the go, working from various locations. You could be working in your office one day, at a conference in a remote location the next day, and from a client's business office the next. [...] PHPanywhere is not just a stand-alone IDE, it's designed with project collaboration in mind. With a built-in FTP client and syntax editor built right in, it makes this tool uniquely appropriate for developer teams as well as individual programmers.

They look at how to get started with the tool and include a few screenshots to give you a preview of how the tool looks and feels. A short feature list is also included.

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phpanywhere (Online PHP IDE)
April 29, 2009 @ 11:12:18

The phpanywhere site boasts itself as "the easiest way to bring work with you anywhere you go - without bringing anything". The free (still in beta) service offers online PHP editing through a web browser interface.

PHPanywhere is a web based free Integrated Development Environment or IDE for the PHP language, in other words it is an application that gives developers all the code editing capabilities they need to develop PHP applications online. It includes a real-time syntax code editor with support for all web formats and a powerful FTP editor.

You can add in FTP servers and pull files directly from them to edit and upload back over. You can also use the project sharing to allow others to see the current state of your code (real-time collaboration is "coming soon"). You can see screenshots of the editor interface, setting up FTP sites and modifying permissions for the files.

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