DSV PHP Editor 3.2.1

The DSV PHP Editor application was designed to be a user-friendly program for creating, editing, analyzing PHP scripts, HTML, XML, Java Script, CSS, SQL pages.

DSV PHP Editor is designed specifically for PHP development; it is comfortable both for beginners and experienced programmers. Has auto complete, PHP function parameters hints, built-in HTTP server, open/save and preview files to/from FTP, code explorer, project manager with local and remote view, publish project or publish selected project files to FTP options, upload local directory to FTP option, search and replace in files utility, 'on mouse over' help hints for PHP functions, one-click run, debug and syntax check, quick insertion of PHP functions, code templates/snippets , clipboard monitoring, To Do list, F1 PHP, HTML and CSS help support, MySQL explorer and MySQL query builder.

Key Features of DSV PHP Editor:
- PHP scripts, HTML, XML, Java Script, CSS, SQL Syntax Highlighting
- Code folding support
- Built-in FTP Client
- Built-in HTTP server,you can run PHP scripts without external web server( you can also use Apache, IIS or other web server).
- Code Explorer
- File/Project manager
- One-click run and syntax check
- PHP extensions supported
- Quick insertion of PHP functions
- Features for quick navigation in the code
- Customizable Code Templates
- Possibility to export the source code to HTML and print it with syntax highlighting
- Bookmarks
- Tabbed milti-document interface
- PHP Help support
- Customizable Key mapping
- Windows/Unix/Mac file formats support
- Unicode support

- CPU: P-100
- RAM: 64MB

What's New in This Release DSV PHP Editor:
- Redesigned interface, added code templates/snippets panel, clipboard panel and clipboard monitoring, new debugger, open/save to/from FTP option, new project manager with local and remote view, publish entire project or project's selected files to FTP, publish local directory to FTP, new code browser

License type: Freeware
Date added: Aug. 24, 2010, 3:06 a.m. | Last updated: March 30, 2011, 10:30 p.m.