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Hello, so glad my name is Felipe Fadoni and'm from Brazil.

I wonder what is the best IDE for C 3?
I use CodeLobster but for version 3 is not formatted for OO.

Thank you for your help.

Angel
NetBeans ??
It's not an IDE, but I use SublimeText. Adding Package Control makes it really easy to find and manage packages which add almost anything you might need to the editor.

I used to use Komodo IDE, and it worked well, but I got a little sick of the somewhat sluggish feel that most IDEs have and the fact that the plugins and add-ons for Komodo seemed really out of date, or even non-existent for PHP/CI.

One of my primary requirements for any tool I've used in the last 3-4 years has been 3-platform (Windows/Linux/OS X) availability, though, so there are probably many very good tools that I never evaluated. However, when I can use the same tools at home and at work and I change operating systems at work without having to change my tools, this one requirement serves me very well.
I use SublimeText (http://www.sublimetext.com/) or Atom (http://www.atom.io/) for coding :'))
I use MS Visual Studio with the VS.PHP addon from JCX Software:  http://www.vsphp.com/
I have used Sublime Text in the past and it's pretty nice. For the last couple of years, though, I've been using PHPStorm and really like it. Lots of powerful tools that I don't use enough of. Great integration of things like PHPUnit, code formatters/syntax linters, XDebug debugging, and much, much more. They keep quite up to date with the PHP language and what's going on in the community.
I currently use Aptana Studio. Good overall IDE. I would prefer to use PHPStorm which is an awesome IDE but cannot afford it right now.
(07-23-2015, 09:05 AM)Hobbes Wrote: [ -> ]I currently use Aptana Studio. Good overall IDE. I would prefer to use PHPStorm which is an awesome IDE but cannot afford it right now.

If you currently are a main contributor to an Open Source project, you could qualify for a free license. That's how I afford it. Smile