Keri Henare, an acquaintance of mine from a couple years ago asked the NZ PHP Users Group today:
Just curious as to what your IDE of choice is for PHP development and why?
You’ll see that I replied with the following.
Being nearly Mac-exclusive, I do most of my coding in TextMate, and any text manip in TextWrangler (it has superb grep/regex capabilities).
I don’t use an IDE, but if I was to use one, it’d be something like Coda or Espresso.
If I wanted to use a cross-platform, free IDE that isn’t half bad, but is based on Eclipse, I’d use Aptana for HTML+CSS+JS+PHP support. It’s nice because it has built in support for Firefox and Safari, (and IE when you’re on Windows).
May 25, 2009
This is a work-in-progress timeline of all the news surrounding Vodafone New Zealand and Telecom New Zealand announcing their support for
Twitter SMS through the shortcode TWTR (8987).
@vodafonenz: Now official – Twitter coming soon to a TXT near you: [url] at 9:16 AM May 12th
Vodafone NZ’s press release says they will use the shortcode TWTR (8987) and says “The service will launch in the coming weeks.” Twitter have yet to post on
their blog that they now support New Zealand. I speculate that they will not do so until the service is actually live to customers.
@telecomnz: We have partnered with Twitter to bring you Twitter to your Mobile via TXT msg from May 29! at ~3:00 PM May 12th
@telecomnz: Telecom Mobile Customers from May 29 can msg 8987 (TWTR) to update their twitter account or receive tweets via TXT at ~3:00 PM May 12th Yet, Telecom’s media department doesn’t back it up: no press release has been made at
Telecom’s Media Releases page as of yet. National Business Review fails at journalism and provides more proof that old media just doesn’t get it: copy/pastes from Vodafone’s press release, forgets that Twitter SMS is available in the USA, UK and India and may have just missed
Twitter’s news of adding Canada, adds word ‘exclusive’: Vodafone scores exclusive Twitter deal
@nzben: @TelecomNZ Is that a piggy-back on Vodafone’s connection, or a separate agreement? at ~2:00 PM May 12th
@telecomnz: @nzben a seperate agreement with Twitter. at ~2:00 PM May 12th
Google News: “vodafone new zealand” twitter shows that other old-media sources FAIL and think the deal is exclusive, including NetGuide.
Twitter announces official support to New Zealand SMS, with update support for all, but Twitter to handset delivery for Vodafone NZ customers, with other networks, and Australia support to follow!
Any news, just leave a comment including any and all links to public sources and I’ll do my best to keep this up to date.
May 13, 2009