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paul nisset
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Hi,
What advantage does this have over traditional IDE's (NetBeans,Eclipse) , assuming I don't need to code on a variety of machines and maintain configurations on each?
In several environments, where I've maintained clients websites, this would introduce a new set of problems in terms of authentication (domains ...etc).
thanks,
Paul
 
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