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Review: NuSphere PHP Enterprise Developer 4.0


More properly known as PhpED 4.0...
Some people might question the necessity of a PHP debugger, but the inclusion of the commercial version of DBG is one feature of PhpED that many developers will find most attractive. Running a third-party Web server means that you'll have to configure PHP to work with the debugger, but doing so is a simple task. I installed PHP 5.1 Release Candidate (RC) 1 and didn't expect to be able to use the debugger, but every version of PHP from 4.06 through 5.1RC1 is supported. You might expect some quirky behavior using a release candidate, but none surfaced. My only complaint, and it's a minor one, is that watches are awkward to set up. I appreciated the code profiler -- this is an indispensable tool for analyzing and fine-tuning an application.
 read more | mail this link | score:5632 | -Ray, November 10, 2005
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