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Review: Zend Studio 3.0


OnLAMP takes a look at the PHP development environment, Zend Studio 3.0.
From installation to development, there is one word that I can use to describe Zend Studio 3.0 easy. Unlike many other PHP-supporting development environments, Zend Studio was incredibly intuitive. Installation on both Windows and Linux platforms (I used Red Hat 8) was quick and simple, requiring little effort to get myself started in development. Once installed, the first thing I noticed when comparing it to previous versions was a drastic increase in speed. Zend Studio 3.0 loaded faster and, as I found, responded nicely no matter how quickly I typed, clicked, or stressed the environment. I must say, I didn't expect this performance from a Java-based application.
 read more | mail this link | score:4079 | -Ray, November 1, 2003
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