I’ve been working on various types of web development for years now. In that time, I’ve used several text editors, code editors, integrated development environments (IDE), or other software coding tools. Some of them I used by choice after hearing great things, others I was
What software should a web developer use when Dreamweaver is too much, and Notepad++ is not enough?
A lot of people use WordPress to build and run their blogs. A lot of people use Photoshop to mock-up an layout of their web site design and then use that layout to create the actual website layout, usually via some sort of grid. There
I’ve been tinkering around with various website designs for an upcoming project. The idea was to take the best design elements of each website design that I like or that has top notch functionality and then combine them into a single great website design. Unfortunately,
I wanted to try Microsoft’s Visual Web Developer Express. Frankly, I think that Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 might be a little bit like using a sledgehammer to kill a fly based for many of my daily website development tasks. Sure, if I’m building a new site