ActiveState Komodo is a programmer’s IDE for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows that is tailored for programming with a number of dynamic languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, and Tcl.
I came across this post the other day which gives the promo code kmd3n9-ur8 for getting Komodo Personal Edition for free, but says that the code was supposed to expire Dec. 2005. I gave it a whirl and I was surprised to find that it works.
If you’re interested in Komodo, give it a shot. You’ve got nothing to lose.
I’m not doing any PHP work lately so I haven’t had tried any CakePHP releases since the 0.10.5 releases in January, but I can see from the cakebaker blog that there’s been a lot of activity and interesting things going on.
Anyone that has thoughts on the more recent releases of CakePHP, including this new release, I’d love to hear your comments.
PHP-PDB is a set of PHP classes that manipulate Palm OS databases. It lets you read, write, alter, and easily use data that is meant to be sent to or retrieved from a handheld.
More PHP books from Amazon…
Here’s a nifty little usage of XSLT. Check out my RSS feed at http://marc-abramowitz.com/feed/ – with your browser – yep, that’s right with a browser. I know that you’ve already added my feed to My Yahoo! or added my feed to Bloglines or used USM (feed:// URL), or whatever feed reader you use :-).