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    Junior Member Anchor's Avatar
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    What Web Design Editor / Tools Are You Using ?

    Hello guys !

    I need more reference about web design editor that free to use.
    Editor that I mean here is not something like Sublime Text, Dreamweaver, or Notepad++. Maybe editor that I mean here is something like website builder such as Pingendo.

    For 2 years I have used Pingendo (Bootstrap editor) to develop a website, I really like it because it's easy to use, don't need a high hardware requirement, and the result page is also responsive.
    I really thankful if you guys want to share the best website builder in your opinion.

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    Editor: MS Visual Studio Code
    Tooling: GruntJS, Sass, Autoprefixer, Git
    Database: MySQL or MongoDB
    Backend: PHP or NodeJS
    Frontend: Nothing. All vanilla JS, HTML and CSS (compiled from Sass).
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    I'm going to steal Ron's format.

    Editor: see Ron.
    Tooling: don't really use any. I've been meaning to play with Sass at some point and find out if it's of any use to me, but don't have a reason to as of yet.
    Database: usually SQL Server, occasionally Access, rarely MySQL.
    Backend: ASP.net, ASP, PHP in that order.
    Frontend: The same as Ron, except I don't compile my CSS with Sass.
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    editor: notepad++
    tooling: say what now?
    database: MySQL (maybe oracle in the near future)
    back end: small amount of php,
    front end: same as the game

    on another note, how does perl fit with you guys for a back end programming language? ciw do a course for them and it looks pretty good

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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    Perl is pretty old school. Not many people using it these days. I don't know it.
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