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umefarooq



Joined: 11 Dec 2009
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 7:40 pm    Post subject: Codeigniter support like Symfony ? Reply with quote

Hi
really nice NB 6.8 lunched one of the new feature which i like is Symfony support in NB PHP IDE, that's really nice is any possibility to add support of Codeigniter framework support to NB how it can be possible please how it can be done.
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Maghiel Dijksman
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 7:05 pm    Post subject: Codeigniter support like Symfony ? Reply with quote

Hey,

Symfony is currently the only supported framework. Support for Zend
Framework and Cake PHP are planned for 6.9
There has been a voting for which frameworks to support first in the
past (leaving besides if that was good or not, i'm a ZF fan :p)
Codeigniter has only a few votes, so it doenst look like it's going to
be supported in near future
(https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=146036)


On 11-12-2009 20:40, umefarooq wrote:
Quote:
Hi
really nice NB 6.8 lunched one of the new feature which i like is Symfony support in NB PHP IDE, that's really nice is any possibility to add support of Codeigniter framework support to NB how it can be possible please how it can be done.





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Tomas Mysik
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 4:49 pm    Post subject: Codeigniter support like Symfony ? Reply with quote

Hi,

Dne pátek 11 prosince 2009 20:40:11 umefarooq napsal(a):
Quote:
really nice NB 6.8 lunched one of the new feature which i like is Symfony
support in NB PHP IDE, that's really nice is any possibility to add
support of Codeigniter framework support to NB how it can be possible
please how it can be done.

for NetBeans 6.9 (at least we hope so), we plan to publish our API for PHP
frameworks (it would be API under development) so then anyone will be able to
implement support for any PHP framework.

Tomas
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Tomas Mysik
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philpalmieri



Joined: 23 Dec 2009
Posts: 1
Location: Orlando

PostPosted: Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:32 pm    Post subject: Code Completion Reply with quote

Not sure where i picked this up (google helped)

Add this to the top of any of your classes (controllers, models, etc.)

I created a code completion "nbci" that drops it in, and also added to the new php/class template.


/**
* NETBEANS - Code Completion Keys
* @property CI_Loader $load
* @property CI_Form_validation $form_validation
* @property CI_Input $input
* @property CI_Email $email
* @property CI_DB_active_record $db
*/

You can add more too it to, like we add
* @property View $view
* @property Acl $acl
for our template engine and ACL library..

Phil
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Guardian



Joined: 07 Aug 2010
Posts: 3

PostPosted: Sat Aug 07, 2010 7:51 am    Post subject: Re: Codeigniter support like Symfony ? Reply with quote

Maghiel Dijksman wrote:
<snip>
There has been a voting for which frameworks to support first in the
past (leaving besides if that was good or not, i'm a ZF fan :p)
Codeigniter has only a few votes, so it doenst look like it's going to
be supported in near future<snip>

CodeIgniter might have got more votes if more people were aware it was actually being voted on - I never saw anything in the NB 'Start' page.
Any way, I hope we have another vote soon, otherwise I'm going to have to use an IDE that does support it.

What I do find strange is that one of the user groups at LinkedIn for professional PHP developers were discussing which IDE's they used and which frameworks they used.
The vast majority (over 300 comments) rated NetBeans as their preferred IDE of choice and the most popular PHP Framework was CodeIgniter so I'm included to think that CodeIgniter got so few votes because either people were not aware of the voting taking place or didn't want to register simply to make their vote.
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