I am interested in Thelia development. I'm coding with Netbeans on GNU/Linux.
Smarty support in Netbeans is somewhat problematic. Since smarty template files are files with .html extension, I have to change the file association for .html files for text/x-tpl mime type. This is not a good habit, I guess.
Which development environment do you offer for me? By the way, I am in favor of free software.
Thelia 2 is currently developped with JetBrain's PHPStorm IDE. Not free, but for € 99, you'll get a nearly perfect IDE for PHP development, integration, test and deployment. You may also get a free licence, see details at https://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/buy/.
I used Eclipse for years, but left it in favor of PHPStorm, which is far much convenient for PHP development.
I wish PHPStorm were free as in freedom. I feel that PHP is orphaned in the free software development environment. All Netbeans, Eclipse, and PHPStorm as well, are firstly created for Java or other than PHP...
Nope. I am interested in neither price nor money. I can invest on a proprietary IDE as mrguillou recommends. But I'm interested in freedom and public...
For example, Thelia is free as in freedom. That's why I'm interested in Thelia. When my company grows enough in my country, I may announce an investment on Thelia development and deployment. My goal is to grow as a fully free software company.