Concept

PHPEdit

Summary
PHPEdit was a commercial IDE developed by the French company WaterProof SARL. It ran on the Microsoft Windows operating system, and was designed mainly for the PHP language, but supported many other languages such as CSS, HTML, JavaScript, , PHPEditScript, PlainText, SQL, XML, and XSLT. As of August 2017, both PHPEdit and Waterproof websites are dead; product status is unknown. Syntax highlighting for multiple languages in one document. Supported languages are CSS, HTML, JavaScript, , PHPEditScript, PHP, PlainText, SQL, XML, and XSLT Code Hint for HTML, SQL and PHP Code Insight for HTML, SQL and PHP Code beautifier Integrated PHP debugger Automatic syntax checking Help generator Task Reporter Customizable shortcuts More than 150 scriptable commands Keyboard templates To-do report generator QuickMarks File Explorer FTP Explorer EZ Publish integration CVS and SVN integration Solution Explorer Database Explorer Code browser Visual Query Builder Project Manager Plugins Integrated help manuals PHPUnit integration PHPEdit development started as personal project of Sébastien Hordeaux in 1999. Distributed freely over the Internet, the project's community grew to more than 200,000 users. During this period of growth, Sébastien met John Knipper, Bertrand Dunogier and Daniel Lucazeau. In April 2004 they helped him create WaterProof SARL. In July 2004, the first commercial version of the IDE was sold and since, hundreds of companies have adopted PHPEdit as their main development environment for PHP. In November 2004, Bastien Hofmann joined the company to speed up PHPEdit development. In April 2005, Jean Roussel joined the company to reinforce the PHP development department and develop a new solution called wIT, a PHP-based issue tracker.
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