Your Workspace

. Tuesday, May 27, 2008
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I am going to introduce you how to set up a workspace where you will be able to manage your web projects.

Webpage Editor
When it comes to a software to edit your webpages, Dreamweaver is the first choice. The latest version CS3 has got a nice user friendly interface, and its really very easy to use. But you have to pay a few hundreds of bucks for that. If you want a free editor, then I would recommend you to use Notepad++. Its open source as well.

There is nothing as useful as Photoshop. It simply rules. Even though it will cost you a few hundreds, its worth buying it. The latest version Photoshop CS3 Extended even lets you export (slice) your layout in CSS which makes a designers life a lot easier.

If you are a PHP/MySQL developer like me, then you have to install Apache, PHP, and MySQL in your computer for testing your web applications. Its also necessary to install phpMyAdmin for managing your mysql databases. (I will show you how to install them in my next post)