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Strolen:
To take it out of PMs and invite others to show us their secrets. :)

Just a list of stuff to start it off. Then questions can come and specific things can be revealed!

Favorite coding Framework and the one the Citadel is built on
http://ellislab.com/codeigniter

Framework I am drooling to try and may convert in a few years when I am ready to play with another system and might be a better one to start with
http://laravel.com/

Favorite web development framework and the one the Citadel is built on
http://getbootstrap.com

Good starting html5 framework but there are tons
http://html5boilerplate.com/

There are a ton of frameworks of any flavor you could ever think of when you start searching. I probably won't ever code from scratch again...mostly because I am too lazy.

Absolute favorite editor without a doubt and I will never use anything again
http://www.sublimetext.com/

I think, mandatory plugins
http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control  - to intsall everything you ever need
http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/sftp   - Create/maintain local, autoupdate live on save and/or update in bulk when ready

Others - http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/tools-and-tips/essential-sublime-text-2-plugins-and-extensions/  just do a search for "must have sublime text plugins" and read the wonders

For raw coding, I still like database abstraction and the first iteration of the citadel relied heavily on http://justinvincent.com/ezsql
I experimented with yui and enjoyed that before I got bootstrap http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/grids/
Also played with jquery ui but bootstrap does most of what I want so slowly removed it. http://jqueryui.com/

As far as recent stuff, that is about it. If nothing else, get sublime. I have tried almost every php IDE you could think of. From Zend to PHPed to PhpStorm or netbeans and none of them match my style of coding as well as sublime. All the ones I mentioned I probably used for a year or so and they all are good in their own way.

I think that is a good start. :)

What do you have that you love playing with???




Strolen:
Beginner HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, Backbone, and CSS3 Resources

http://www.elijahmanor.com/2013/01/beginner-html5-javascript-jquery.html


--- Quote ---I was recently approached by someone at a .NET User Group about how to get started in HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS3, etc... The developer's primary background was writing thick client Windows applications. I figured the best place to start is to focus on the bare essentials and then work up to more advanced concepts and resources.
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Just popped up in one of my newsletters.

Strolen:
Bootstrap Clone.

http://ink.sapo.pt/index.php

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