Can any one recommend a good software used for building professional e-business websites?

Thanks,

Wizard
Posted on 2003-12-26 21:51:16 by wizard
(no specific ordering)
Notepad
Gvim / Vim
Emacs

(IMO, what one need when making an e-buisbess is to know what the code is, so it's not some WYSIWYG that only works for you)
Posted on 2003-12-26 23:56:16 by scientica
Perhaps Dreamweaver...

I have some friends who build websites for a living - one of them told me that he often uses frontpage to set up the page layout with tables and stuff, then manually clean up the code and do the rest by hand.
Posted on 2003-12-27 01:22:40 by f0dder
You should use a nice ide depending on the lang u will be using to code the site.
Ex-
Asp.net web matrix for asp
PhpEdit for PHP
Posted on 2003-12-27 16:39:02 by clippy
on windows I like ultraedit a lot
Posted on 2003-12-27 16:48:03 by Hiroshimator

Asp.net web matrix for asp
PhpEdit for PHP

Isn't it:
Asp.net - /dev/null ;)
php - emacs || gvim :)
Posted on 2003-12-27 17:49:12 by scientica
PHP > ASP :cool: (can't really compare with the .NET version though)
Posted on 2003-12-27 18:15:12 by Hiroshimator
my friend uses frontpage, people pay her money :eek: so she can build web pages with it
Posted on 2003-12-27 20:53:32 by Jnrz
Notepad rules :grin:

PHP -> Notepad
PERL -> Notepad
Webpages -> Notepad
Posted on 2003-12-27 23:31:25 by roticv

Notepad rules :grin:

PHP -> Notepad
PERL -> Notepad
Webpages -> Notepad

Yeah it's the only program that is included in windows that I have been able to do something usefull with :)
Posted on 2003-12-28 07:55:51 by scientica


Yeah it's the only program that is included in windows that I have been able to do something usefull with :)


i have to mention about Calculator and Paint
Posted on 2003-12-28 08:01:08 by AceEmbler
hehe frontpage, I wouldn't want to be caught dead with that.

hand-code all the way ;)


dreamweaver is almost just as bad. The amount of cleaning you have to do is insane.
Posted on 2003-12-28 08:24:11 by Hiroshimator
I would rely on frontpage, dreamweaver and so on only for easy selection of colors. All else - Notepad... Well uhm not really in my case... I cloned my XASM, and made it a nice ide for php with that "shrinking code" caps. But it all works exactly like Notepad, so Notepad rulz :D
Ah, and images - in Paint + some blur in UFX, and the magic is started :grin:

you can also try Spolsky's citydesk at www.fogcreek.com
Posted on 2003-12-28 15:21:09 by Ultrano