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  • I switched recently from Coda to phpStorm and I really like it. Coda is more for fiddling with templates and phpStorm is a genuine IDE – great for more complex plugin development. I was worried that speed would be a problem, but so far it’s not, even running as a java virtual machine, it’s quite fast.

  • @Deryk

    Yep, performance is very nice. I do manage to choke it at times with complex search queries and such, but my computer is getting oldish so no wonder.

  • I use KomodoEdit and love it. I’ll check this one out too.

  • @Brian Fegter

    I think I’ve tried it in the past (before I got deep into WordPress), but didn’t like it that much. Went with NetBeans back then and used it till switched to PhpStorm.

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