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Thread: Any Web Development kit available in SUSE 12.1?

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    Default Any Web Development kit available in SUSE 12.1?

    Heloo Guys,

    I just want to ask that are you aware of any good web development application or kit available for opensuse 12.1 .
    I really want something good so please help me !

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    Default Re: Any Web Development kit available in SUSE 12.1?

    > I really want something good so please help me !

    please describe what you mean by "good"..

    that is, i've been using Bluefish for years and have developed and
    maintained several websites using it alone..

    so, to me is *good* but i don't know what you want or need!

    do you just want html for a simple site?
    or do you want to build a web shop with carts and checkout?
    maybe you just wanna blog?
    or, serve up live football games?
    or build a music streaming web site?
    or one more site with pix of pretty girls?
    maybe you want Flash? or Silverlight? or Moonlight? or or or or
    or *what*??

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    Default Re: Any Web Development kit available in SUSE 12.1?

    thats it i got my answer... thanks..


    If it comes to HTML and CSS i will be better with Bluefish...

    any alternative for flash or websites?? !!

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    Default Re: Any Web Development kit available in SUSE 12.1?

    KompoZer for Wysiwyg and Netbeans PHP for coding JavaScript, PHP...

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    Default Re: Any Web Development kit available in SUSE 12.1?

    On 11/22/2011 11:56 AM, himanshuas2711 wrote:
    > any alternative for flash or websites??


    i would say that Flash is on the way out (others may have other
    opinions--listen to all)....you can get the same effect (or soon will be
    able to) with HTML5, so i wouldn't spend much time buying Adobe's
    expensive flash authoring software.. (eventually they will give it away)

    websites? i don't understand your question--personally i use a host site
    and they offer all kinds of authoring tools, checkout software,
    databases and etc etc etc etc...there is no need to re-invent that wheel
    on your nettop/laptop/desktop and keep it plugged in and powered up
    (making greenhouse gasses) 24x7....check around, i find it cheaper to
    rent a host site....which comes with high availability and all that
    noise and heat somewhere other then around me..

    ymmv

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