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NuSphere PhpED

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What is NuSphere PhpED?

PhpED is a commercial integrated development environment. It is for PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, XML, and XHTML. PhpED is developed by NuSphere Corporation. PhpED has a combination of a code editor, a debugger, and deployment abilities. It comes with a predefined color scheme for each coding language. These colors can be set for white spaces, strings, comments, and numbers. It can also be used for HTML tags. PhpEd can find syntax and logic errors in code.

PhpED’s features include an advanced editor, code folding, dynamic highlighting, and a PHP profiler. It also has a customizable layout, a project/file browser, and an integrated help system. Other features include PHP 4 and PHP 5 support, and an easy project creation and diagnostic with its project settings wizard. Its Project Manager can publish the whole project, folders, and files using a shortcut or context menus. PhpED’s CVS structure is similar to the one on its server. All old project files are automatically converted to the new structure without the loss of data.

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File types supported by NuSphere PhpED

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About file types supported by NuSphere PhpED

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Last updated: : December 9, 2013