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Top 10 Open Sources Tools For Web Developers

  • Monday, 9 September 2013
  • sama arooj
  • Top 10 Open Sources Tools For Web Developers

    Top 10 Open Sources Tools For Web Developers


    These all Tools which have listed is this post are very useful for developers

    1. Aptana Studio

    • It supports latest Web technologies like HTML5 , CSS3, JavaScript, Ruby on      Rails, PHP, Pyhton with information about the level of supports for each            element major Web Browsers.
    • Syntax highlighting, auto- completion of code.
    • Git integration
    • Inbuilt deployment wizardc to help pubils your Web application.
    • Integrated debugger - the most important component of an IDE, lets you set    breakpoint, variables and control execution.
    • Build- in terminal to access OS commands.

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    2. Komodo Edit


    • Also supports Cloud-based projects

    • It uses the Mozilaa code-base, along with Scintilla. Also have a Firefox type      extention system for finding and installing add-ons.
    • Supports python, Perl, PHP, Ruby, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScripts, SQL, Tcl, XML.
    • Syntax highlighting, auto- completion of code and call tips.
    • Has added supports Node.js, CoffeeScripts, LESS, SCSS, EJS and epMojo.

    • Has a inbulit FTP clients lets you access remotely hosted files without having to    create a project or download an entire directory tree. If Firefox is your              browser of choice, you would feel right at home with Komodo.

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    3. NetBeans


    • It started as an IDE for Java programming, but now you can create                  professional desktop, enterprise, Web, and mobile application with java as        well as C/C++, PHP, JavaScript, Groovy and Ruby.
    • Is also know for its great Debugging.

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    4. Drupal


    • Is just as Wordpress and Joomla. It lacks high-quality themes like those            available for the others two CMS, but it is unique in its own way, and                preferred for its good technique design and mantainability.
    • Getting static pages on a Drupal site is easier than in Wordpress and Joomla.
    • The Drupal module for social media integration is easier to work with than its    counterpart for Wordpress or Joomla.
    • Ubercart, the e-commerce tools for Drupal is excellent. You might have a          trouble working with the e-commerce tools for WordPress or Joomla.
    • Drupal, being old has grown a lot and has a large community base, so you'll      not be alone.Community support is very good in my experience.

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    5. MySQL

    • Is the most powerful and popular database and hardly needs introduction.
    • However, its enterprise version is not free, but compared to other enterprise    solution, it is still the best choice for its price and the support is awesome.
    • The free version of MySQL servers as the foundation for the CMS and various    other software.
    • You can administer the database using the command-line utility mysql , with    dozens of command for effective management.
    • You acn integrate it with the PHP, Java and other programmming languages      to make an effective application.
    • You can use MySQL, Workbench which is a GUI tool for integration of                database design, administration and maintenance into a single IDE for the        MySQL database system.

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    6. Apache Web Server
    • Popular WebServer since April 1996 and hosts nearly 60% of Web domains.
    • Though devloped for UNIX -like OS's it also runs on Windos, Mac OS X and        others.
    • Common languages interface support PHP, Perl, Tcl and Python.
    • Virtual hosting allows one Apache installation to server many different              websites.
    • Supports password authentication and digital certification authentication.
    • As its source code is available, you can modify it according to your needs, if      you know what you are doing.
    • Other features include Secure Sockets Layers, Transport layer Security              support, a URL re-writer and custom log files.

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    7. Apache Tomcat

    • As stated by its website, Apache TomCat is an open Source software                  implementation of the Java Script and Java Server Page technologies.
    • TomCat should not be confused with the Apache Server. TomCat is a Web        conatiner that servers Web pages written in Java, while Apache is an HTTP        server written in C.
    • I have used it with Eclipse IDE, and I can vouch for the fact tha it is pure          plug-and-play; no hard-and-fast configuration is needed.

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    8. Inkscape

    • Inkscape is a vector- based graphics application, and by far the most popular   open source options for a graphics tools if you aim to decorate your Website.
    • The programe supports the standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file            format, as well as many others.
    • It imports files from many formats, including .jpg .png .tif and others, and        exports to numerous vector-basd formats and .png.
    • Dont compare it with its proprietary counterparts, as they are more powerful    but among free tools Inkscape is the Best and is being devloped further.

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    9. FileZilla

    • Fre and Open source FTP, FTPS and SFTP clients. Also available as a server if    you want to make file available to others, but this works only for Windows.
    • Create in January 2001 by Tim Klosse as a class project, Filezilla has gone on    to become the fifth most important popular download of all time from              SourceForge.net
    • Supprots FTP,FTP over SSL/TLS(FTPS) and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
    • Being Cross Platform it runs on Windows , Linux, *BSD , Mac OS X and more.
    • Supports resume and transfer of files larger than 4 GB.
    • IPv6 support.
    • Configurable transfer speed limits.
    • Network configuration wizard.
    • HTTP/1.1 ,SOCKS5 and FTP-Proxy supports.
    • Synchronised directory browsing.
    • But, your IDE lacks an in-builts FTP client for deploying websites.

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    10. XAMPP

    • If you want to install a full LAMP or WAMP stack, it's hard to configure them      all and get the site live. XAMMP has changed this, with a simple easy-to-          install Apache distribution conataining MySQL, PHP, Pearl for quickly setting      up a devlopment envirnoment locally.
    • XAMMP is supported on multiple OS : Windows , Linux, Solaris , Mac OS X
    • It is designed with the Web devlopers in mind, giving you the power and          flexibility of a test Web Server without the hassle of setting up a dedicated        box running a special server operating system, just for site testing.
    • When it comes to throwing a server out into the wild, however proper              hardened security is a must and operating system designed specifically for        server should be used for public facing production sites, instead of XAMPP.So.    the simple advice is to give XAMPP to stay confine in an internal LAN.

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