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  1. Hello: I'm trying to develop a web applications for maintaining database tables (Oracle tables and jsp). I use html, javascript, jquery and json. Notepad++ as editor.. And use the documentation of w3school. But I'd like to use an IDE which allow me to develop applications which include Menu, tabs and scrollable tables. The IDE I've tried include html tag and javascript code assistant, but not complex objets like tabs and applications menu. Can any tell me and IDE which include menu, tabs, ... Or, how can I create: - An application menu. - Tabs. in an easy way. Thanks
  2. First of all, i am particularly focusing on the cross-reference across files feature. What is it? Simply say, it is like writing Java in Eclipse or Netbeans: When we "dot" a class, a pull down list of member variables show up. When we "ctrl + click" on a usage (of a variable, of a class, of a method, etc), it jumps to the definition of it. I particularly see this feature very helpful, especially when our project goes huge. If we don't need the benefits from this feature, why not use the free and quick editor - Notepad++ ? Many PHP dev tools are equipped with the reference feature. But not many of them can do it across different files. (means in case the definition occurs in a different file of usage.) While I was finding such a (free) IDE which can do this, I heard people keep saying the Eclipse PDT cannot reference across files. Until today, I give it a try. And surprisingly, Eclipse can do it! With the following code snippets: Car.php <?phpclass Car { public function get_type() { return $this->type; // reference OK } public $type = 'ferrari';}class Engine { public function running_in() { // in same file $car = new Car(); // of course this can ref Car echo $car->get_type(); // of course this ok too return $car->type; // of course this ok as well }}?> Driver.php <?php//include 'Car.php'; // works even without include$car = new Car(); // reference OKecho $car->get_type(); // reference OKecho $car->type; // reference OK?> Although this is a good news. Yet I still want to know why people says Eclipse PDT cannot reference across files? Is there any misunderstandings, that I am implementing it wrongly? Also, as many people say, Eclipse is slow because it is Java based. I am ok with the speed. But I still want a comparison list of features of different Web Dev IDE. Thanks for any input about Web Dev Tool discussion! P.S. In addition, JavaScipt list of methods with browser supporting versions (like what Aptana has) would be a very nice feature too!
  3. Hi I'd like some help please. I have installed Aptana Studio on my computer. The instalation was succesful as I didn't get any error messages, but when I click the sortcut icon to run the programm, doesn't launch. Any ideas whats wrong??? I'm on Windows 7 home edition 64bit.
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