Aptana Studio – web development IDE

Aptana Studio is an open source integrated development environment (IDE) for developing and testing your entire web application using a single environment. Aptana Studio 3 expands on the core capabilities of Aptana Studio 2 for building, editing, previewing and debugging HTML, CSS and JavaScript websites with PHP and Ruby on Rails web development.

Based on Eclipse, it has support for the latest browser technology specs such as HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Ruby, Rails, PHP and Python.

It features code-completion, outlining, JavaScript debugging, error and warning notifications and integrated documentation. Additional plugins allow Aptana Studio to support Ruby on Rails, PHP, Python, Perl, Adobe AIR, Apple iPhone and Nokia WRT (Web Runtime).

Aptana Studio is available as a standalone on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, or as a plugin for Eclipse.

Features include:

  • One-shot as well as keep-synchronized deployment wizard, with support for multiple protocols including FTP, SFTP, FTPS and Capistrano.
  • Syntax Coloring according to the selected theme in the preferences.
  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Code assist.
  • Integrated Debugger lets you set breakpoints, inspect variables, and control execution.
  • Syntax error annotations.
  • Auto indentation and Code Formatting.
  • Hyper-linking to classes, functions and variables by hovering over elements and pressing the Ctrl key.
  • PHPDoc popups when hovering over items that have attached documentation.
  • Read and write Occurrences Markers when clicking on specific PHP elements.
  • Git integration allows you to easily put your projects under git source code control.
  • Built-in terminal lets you quickly access a command line terminal for execution of operating system commands and language utilities.

Website: www.aptana.com
Support:
Developer: Appcelerator, Inc
License: Aptana Public License v1.0, GNU GPL

Aptana Studio

Aptana Studio is written in JavaScript and Java. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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