From IDM Computer Solutions, Inc.
A significant element of a powerful IDE is a programmer's editor or code editor. It serves as the core foundation of any IDE. UEStudio is built on the chassis of the renowned UltraEdit. As such, the program's backbone is highly seasoned, stable, and already proven as the defacto standard of text and programmer's editors.
Because UltraEdit is so powerful, many of our users already use it as an IDE and have provided us feature requests to extend that functionality. Together, we have taken those requests, our own ideas, and the concept of a supercharged IDE and produced what we consider to be a powerful application with new and exciting features such as native support for over 30 popular compilers, integrated CVS version control, built-in class browsing, language intelligence (like Intellisense), project converter, batch builder, and an integrated debugger to name just a few!
# What are Environments?
An environment allows you to toggle between editor layouts so as to allow you the ability to switch menus, toolbars, dockable windows, customized templates, and more based on your tasks/needs. Environments provide a way for you to customize the editor exactly as you'd like, and then save and switch to it at the click of a button. Visit our environments power tip to learn more.
# Open an Environment in a new instance
Should you wish to maintain your current environment while switching over to a new one in a new instance of the application, you can easily do so by CTRL + clicking on the environment you'd like to switch to!
# Web Developer features
# UEStudio featurePHP Debugging support
UEStudio provides an inteface for PHP debugging through a local server installed on your system and XDebug. Once you have both of these installed and enabled on your local workstation, you can use UEStudio to run your PHP scripts with extended debugging support including stepping through your scripts, variable watching, error reporting, and call stack window.
# XML Manager
Access a parsed tree-style view of your XML-based files - any XML-based file including XHTML! Open up the XML Manager window and scroll through the XML tree