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Rapidweaver and CI

#1
[eluser]bikuta[/eluser]
Hey guys,

Just wondering if anyone has tried using a combination of Rapidweaver and CI?
I've never used Rapidweaver, but it looks like a pretty useful tool for getting a site up and running quickly.

Thanks

#2
[eluser]The Wizard[/eluser]
[quote author="bikuta" date="1235123355"]Hey guys,

Just wondering if anyone has tried using a combination of Rapidweaver and CI?
I've never used Rapidweaver, but it looks like a pretty useful tool for getting a site up and running quickly.

Thanks[/quote]

i personally stick with NetBeans, but im on the way to TextMate, as soon as i buy a mac Smile

#3
[eluser]bikuta[/eluser]
Yea I'm actually using skEdit to do all the coding. I just thought of using Rapidweaver because I have alot of relatively small sites I need to get done ASAP. However if there was a way for both CI and rapidweaver to work together that would be good.

#4
[eluser]The Wizard[/eluser]
the best way is, develop your very own snippets and to put them together as soon as possible.
or build your universal CMS, and modify it for your small sites, its what i do. and it works. Smile

#5
[eluser]The Wizard[/eluser]
hello bikuta,
i want to apologize.
i realize NOW what you wanted to say.

ok fast forward:
i installed mac os.
i work with textmate.
i realized the power of rapidweaver, and now im answering.
YES, it absolutely can be done. BUT
it would need some major modification ON the HTML produced BY rapidweaver.
i WILL give it a TRY and post my experience here.

Please do it too.
Have a nice day Smile

#6
[eluser]bikuta[/eluser]
hi herrkaleun,

Yes please let us know how you go, I'd be very interested in what can be done.

Cheers


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