[UPHPU] Delphi For PHP
jareds at brightbuilders.com
Wed Mar 28 15:02:42 MDT 2007
I got an ad on this from Borland a few days ago and was trying to figure
it out. (At first I was thinking it made sense the same way C++ for Java
I would agree with you guys so far. We have a bunch of our apps written
in Delphi and the IDE so far has been really nice. We're still using
Delphi 7 though, because we don't want the extra luggage that comes with
.net. Even still, its a great dev environment.
I learned pascal in high school and worked on a short lived project here
(nearly 10 years later), and the IDE made coding fairly easy. Having
this for PHP will rock. Also having an alternative to Zend and Eclipse
will be nice. (I never really liked either, but would choose Zend over
Eclipse.) Hopefully this will run a bit quicker than Zend. I hope they
don't write it in Java.
The one problem I have is the price tag. Seems like quite a bit of
money, especially for your average PHP developer.
Does anybody know if Borland plans to make a version that runs on linux?
cole at colejoplin.com wrote:
>> So... this isn't a bad thing?
> No. It's possibly VERY, VERY good thing! Making PHP development
> easier, stronger, more established. It's a good thing.
> -- Cole
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