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Old 07-16-2009, 01:29 PM
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Talking is php comming to visual studio

check it out,
microsoft officially released their PHP training kit for windows

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...0-593d0e4850cb

in no time i think we will see it in visual studio.
about time
 
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Old 07-17-2009, 07:42 AM
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Wow! I like it. Let's hope IntelliSense comes with it. That would be amazing.
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Old 07-17-2009, 11:47 AM
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In no time i think we will see it in visual studio.
But in that case it would be for IIS right? it's not the best solution for working with PHP, but broader acceptation is always welcome anyway

Glad to know that MS does not ignore PHP.
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Hmm...interesting. Unfortunately my company is now moving away from php. Moving to a few places but looks like I'm going to have to learn java and jsp. I was hoping for MS WFP.
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But in that case it would be for IIS right?
Glad to know that MS does not ignore PHP.

php is scalable enough to move around... so no problem, i will take VS for php
 
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cant say...may be later
 
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I dont think its something useful and scared to use it as its being a microsoft product. I am sure there will be some dependency issues. See what happens with IE.

And for php netbeans IDE already provide great support for editing and integrating.
 
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server 2008 now allows you to run both aspx and php scripts. i think this looks both promissing and interesting
 
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