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PHP Editor: Advantages of tsWebEditor

Not to be confused with TSW Webcoder which is also a fine IDE for PHP / MySQL development.

Parsing PHP include() Files

tsWebEditor has no problem opening, from the convenient Code Browser panel, any PHP include() or require() file by parsing the active file. This is extraordinarily convenient as it eliminates the time needed to locate the files– even in the case of a Project collection of relevant files, this is faster!

Rock on!


One response to “PHP Editor: Advantages of tsWebEditor”

  1. This text above is an archive from the ancient scrolls. Before I branched WOYB (this, my premier effort in authoring with WordPress) from a private web log/ focus on personal reflections, to begin writing instead from the 1st-person point-of-view, to a more reader-friendly, public forum; a body of work predetermined to maintain a set of notes which would reflect something substantive/ a reflection of the learning process, as I developed skills in coding proper Web Standards compliant HTML / CSS / JavaScript (or, Asynchronous JavaScript and XML: Ajax)/ PHP / ColdFusion, Regular Expressions/ Graphic Design and Integrated Development Environment software. The technical data described in the latter is that which became well known as NoviceNotes™ | the web site, NoviceNotes.net .

    Reflecting upon this, and other early WhatsOnYourBrain.com articles– distinguishable from the greater WhatsOnYourBrain™ collection, which ultimately evolved into an exercise in creative writing and has continued to evolve as a creative outlet since, now established as such for several years, it was not the case at its inception.

    This was your author’s first experience outside of home-baked HTML / PHP programming, whereby I conceded to use 3rd-party software (Eg. WordPress web log content management system), vs facing the challenge to develop my own web log from the ground-up, using my own source code as (believe it or not, it was my goal; my intent to author the supporting code for a primitive web log) a means of self-education; coding-in-practice, and also– In retrospect– I believe I had succumbed to a bit of the so-called NIH Syndrome{*1}, whereby, perhaps I’d felt over-confident in my apparent wherewithal of PHP (e.g. examples, tutorials, etc., had become rather elementary to me, it seemed), supported by countless hours of dedicated studies primarily for a broader range of dynamic topics– particularly those of a technical nature, multi-dimensional unto which i’ve endured so much pseudo-metamorphosis ( for the hobnobbing, as prophesied to be true )!

    In other words, check, instead http://www.NoviceNotes.com

    • Not Invented Here Syndrome. I recommend the reader Duck-Duck-Go-for it, to gain a better understanding of this modern-day programmers’ colloquial rhetoric. Context depending, the term is not uncommon.