CodeLobster – A Rich PHP Code Editor for Developers

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  1. Tim Lomas says:

    I’ve been using CodeLobster for quite some time now and find it the perfect code for building web sites using PHP, HTML5, CSS, Less, etc. … it just does it’s job and does not get in the way.

    To pick up Grigor’s comments … it does not claim to be open source software. The basic IDE is free, with additional functionality available by purchasing the Pro version (for a modest fee).

    I upgraded to the Pro version years ago, and they are still delivering updates and additional functionality to me at no extra cost. Over time, this program has proved itself to be fantastic value for money.

  2. Just to note: it is freeware, not free software. Its source code appears to not be available. There is only Windows version – no Linux, Free/OpenBSD etc. And the serial can be obtained free of charge, but only if you give your e-mail address.

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