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jp roberts
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I have worked with Flex Builder 3 using PHP as middle layer to back-end. I was able to test/debug seamlessly, stepping thru the flex code and the php code, via Zend Studio. Would I be able to do the same with some other IDE for Java, like Netbeans or Intellij?
Jeremy Anderson
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IntelliJ has some really good Flex integration.
Scott Selikoff
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I tend to use the Eclipse Flex plugin which is similar to using Flex Builder, but with the ability to use non-Flex projects.


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Bj Allmon
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I recommend intelliJ for Flex development especially when doing Flex with Java or Grails or for any jvm language for that matter. intelliJ currently has support for Grails that no other really has at this point.
 
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