Quincy_Considine88 answered on March 12th 20 at 17:00
Alessandro_Wol answered on March 12th 20 at 17:02
Sublime 3 I don't see any restrictions in it... except that from time to time recalls the purchase of a license. I would recommend it of the editors. And you can still see the Atom or Notepad ++
From the IDE you can take Eclipse (free) or Netbeans (free) or PHPStorm (paid)
loma answered on March 12th 20 at 17:04
If the computer is weak, get sublime text3, it is lightweight but powerful, it has a bunch of plugins for web development backend/IN different languages. If PC is more powerful, take vs code.
Isaias.Gusikowski answered on March 12th 20 at 17:06
Netbeans, which was mentioned, very cool. In 18 years of programming that just is not tried, started out with just Notepad. Php not found anything more comfortable. From time to time are testing both free and paid editors... But there's netbeans for me in the first place.
Miguel_Jaskolski18 answered on March 12th 20 at 17:08
Sublime (trial periodically just reminds), Brakets, Atom, Visual Studio for Code, Notepad++ (if you want to torment).