The making of WebCoder 2010 – part 3

March 5, 2010

In phpCoder 2008, the dropdown list in the top, listing classes, functions and variables, was introduced. In WebCoder 2009, the tag chain was introduced. In WebCoder 2010, the two functions have been combined and made context sensitive, so that they always show you relevant information, depending on which type of code you're editing. It works for PHP:


For JavaScript:


For HTML, where you get the tag chain:


And even for CSS, where selectors are divided up into elements, classes and ID's:




It only takes up ~24 pixels of your screen height, but can help you overlook and navigate your documents much faster, and if you don't agree, it can obviously be turned off.

Hope you like it :)

Kasper (TSW) @ 2:09 pm in WebCoder

3 Responses to “The making of WebCoder 2010 – part 3”

  1. Terry says:

    Awesome!!! :)

  2. BlackYeLL says:

    Yes, very nice ! You’ll can count on me for the beta, as I’m using phpCoder2008 since its first beta, the January 29, 2008 \o/

    You are really doing a great work ! And I hope WebCoder 2010 will have the recognition it deserves !

    Hope it’ll be as lightweight as phpCoder2008 (speaking about performance, not features … ’cause there is a lot of great features :) )

  3. Kasper (TSW) says:

    Thank you, guys. I hope so too, YeLL. So far, it feels a lot like working with phpCoder 2008, just better :)

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