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Komodo IDE for Windows Komodo IDE for Windows 12.0.1-91869 for Windows

by ActiveState

Avg. Rating 4.2 (109 votes)

File Details

File Size 87.9 MB
License Shareware, $295.00
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 34,766
Publisher ActiveState
Homepage Komodo IDE
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Publisher's Description

Komodo IDE is a powerful, multi-platform, multi-language IDE for end-to-end development of dynamic web applications. Komodo IDE makes creating robust apps fast and easy, with a rich feature set for client-side Ajax technologies such as CSS, HTML, JavaScript and XML, coupled with advanced support for dynamic languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl.

Award-winning features include comprehensive editing and debugging, plus intelligent tools for regular expressions, team development, customization and unparalleled extensibility. The result is a powerful coding environment for framework stacks like Ruby on Rails and CakePHP and client libraries such as the Yahoo! UI Library and Dojo. A single license covers you across Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Latest Reviews

us3r

us3r reviewed v5.1.0-alpha1-26259 on Mar 5, 2009

This IDE is pure cr@p.

some guy

some guy reviewed v5.0.2 on Dec 12, 2008

the the programmers that made the program should not be included. The price tag is way to steep. I would get Dream-Weaver for that price ..........

poundsmack

poundsmack reviewed v5.0.0-beta1-24028 on Oct 15, 2008

version 5 is shaping up nicely. I love the native look on OSX. keep up the good work guys, your doing great.

octbit

octbit reviewed v5.0.0-alpha3-23479 on Oct 6, 2008

Komodo has really grown into an awesome little app. I work with both Perl (primary) and Ruby. I had some issues with the 3.x and even 4.x releases, but Komodo 5.0 is proving to be a really solid development tool.

brezel

brezel reviewed v4.4.0-alpha1 on May 14, 2008

multi-language (perl, php, python, ruby, and tcl, plus javascript, css, html, and xml, and template languages like rhtml, template-toolkit, html-smarty and django), cross-platform (windows, mac, linux), great code editor (autocomplete, calltips, syntax checking and coloring, code folding, code browser, extensible), multi-language graphical and remote debugger, interactive shells, source code control integration (cvs, perforce, subversion), rx (regular expression) toolkit, macros, triggers, custom commands, extensibility - the best multi-language scripting ide there is (i have found).

salmo

salmo reviewed v4.0.0 Alpha 6 on Oct 16, 2006

There are a few misconceptions below I would like to correct. This is an IDE based on the Mozilla Platform for scripting languages including Python, Perl, and PHP. For PHP there are so many out there, especially free ones, that it's unlikely that you would choose this unless you're already using it for Python, Perl, or Ruby. The Javascript, XSLT support are just bonuses to round out development of web apps.

Personally, I have found that I love it for Python. It's more stable and featureful than others, especially Eclipse with the appropriate extensions (PyDev and TruStudio). It's also much nicer than WingIDE, and the basic IDLE included with any Python installation. The built in interface designer is useless for most folks (Who uses Python/Tk anymore? I use GTK+ with Glade and tepache for the most part).

The debugger is great for Python and adequate for PHP (although I only use PHP every once in a while for personal projects). I've never had problems with the CVS support. It's "just worked" for me.

I also enjoy it's multi-platform support, and love that I have the same UI on Linux and Windows.

As for bugginess, this is an _Alpha_ release. Please expect bugs. It warns you of this on install and, I believe, on first run as well. If you're looking for stability, please install the last stable release (3.5.3).

Also this is commercial software. The pre-release versions come with a full time-limited license. The releases give you a brief crippled trial to test drive it, before they require a full license. But $30 is by no means a rip-off for an IDE.

I would love to see more UI builders for different toolkits other than Tk if available and reducing its memory footprint would be a nice bonus. Hence, the 4 rather than a 5.

It is the only IDE for Python I have enjoyed using and without it I would just go back to a simple syntax highlighting editor like PSPad or using Emacs.

frodo888

frodo888 reviewed v4.0.0 Alpha 6 on Oct 14, 2006

Hello,

this product is very buggy and it is not free. There are many IDE's around that have a better stability and a better user interface. If you searching for a good IDE try Eclipse, Netbeans (for Java development) and Maguma Open Studio for PHP (and more) development. Maguma Open Studio is capable of remote editing and it is free.

frodo888

Ciprian.Dobrea

Ciprian.Dobrea reviewed v4.0.0 Alpha 5 on Sep 6, 2006

Not-so-bright-development-but-working-hard kinda piece of software.

tomservo

tomservo reviewed v1.2 Beta 1 on Nov 17, 2001

Wow...

I tried lots of HTML/XML editors. XMLSpy was yet the best IMO, but this one... Wow, tt really rules!

ilasoft

ilasoft reviewed v1.2 Beta 1 on Nov 16, 2001

The best of its kind and almost perfect!!!! Make it faster (get rid of or improve mozilla interface?) and it WILL be perfect!!!

Avg. Rating 4.2 (109 votes)
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us3r

us3r reviewed v5.1.0-alpha1-26259 on Mar 5, 2009

This IDE is pure cr@p.

some guy

some guy reviewed v5.0.2 on Dec 12, 2008

the the programmers that made the program should not be included. The price tag is way to steep. I would get Dream-Weaver for that price ..........

poundsmack

poundsmack reviewed v5.0.0-beta1-24028 on Oct 15, 2008

version 5 is shaping up nicely. I love the native look on OSX. keep up the good work guys, your doing great.

octbit

octbit reviewed v5.0.0-alpha3-23479 on Oct 6, 2008

Komodo has really grown into an awesome little app. I work with both Perl (primary) and Ruby. I had some issues with the 3.x and even 4.x releases, but Komodo 5.0 is proving to be a really solid development tool.

brezel

brezel reviewed v4.4.0-alpha1 on May 14, 2008

multi-language (perl, php, python, ruby, and tcl, plus javascript, css, html, and xml, and template languages like rhtml, template-toolkit, html-smarty and django), cross-platform (windows, mac, linux), great code editor (autocomplete, calltips, syntax checking and coloring, code folding, code browser, extensible), multi-language graphical and remote debugger, interactive shells, source code control integration (cvs, perforce, subversion), rx (regular expression) toolkit, macros, triggers, custom commands, extensibility - the best multi-language scripting ide there is (i have found).

salmo

salmo reviewed v4.0.0 Alpha 6 on Oct 16, 2006

There are a few misconceptions below I would like to correct. This is an IDE based on the Mozilla Platform for scripting languages including Python, Perl, and PHP. For PHP there are so many out there, especially free ones, that it's unlikely that you would choose this unless you're already using it for Python, Perl, or Ruby. The Javascript, XSLT support are just bonuses to round out development of web apps.

Personally, I have found that I love it for Python. It's more stable and featureful than others, especially Eclipse with the appropriate extensions (PyDev and TruStudio). It's also much nicer than WingIDE, and the basic IDLE included with any Python installation. The built in interface designer is useless for most folks (Who uses Python/Tk anymore? I use GTK+ with Glade and tepache for the most part).

The debugger is great for Python and adequate for PHP (although I only use PHP every once in a while for personal projects). I've never had problems with the CVS support. It's "just worked" for me.

I also enjoy it's multi-platform support, and love that I have the same UI on Linux and Windows.

As for bugginess, this is an _Alpha_ release. Please expect bugs. It warns you of this on install and, I believe, on first run as well. If you're looking for stability, please install the last stable release (3.5.3).

Also this is commercial software. The pre-release versions come with a full time-limited license. The releases give you a brief crippled trial to test drive it, before they require a full license. But $30 is by no means a rip-off for an IDE.

I would love to see more UI builders for different toolkits other than Tk if available and reducing its memory footprint would be a nice bonus. Hence, the 4 rather than a 5.

It is the only IDE for Python I have enjoyed using and without it I would just go back to a simple syntax highlighting editor like PSPad or using Emacs.

frodo888

frodo888 reviewed v4.0.0 Alpha 6 on Oct 14, 2006

Hello,

this product is very buggy and it is not free. There are many IDE's around that have a better stability and a better user interface. If you searching for a good IDE try Eclipse, Netbeans (for Java development) and Maguma Open Studio for PHP (and more) development. Maguma Open Studio is capable of remote editing and it is free.

frodo888

Ciprian.Dobrea

Ciprian.Dobrea reviewed v4.0.0 Alpha 5 on Sep 6, 2006

Not-so-bright-development-but-working-hard kinda piece of software.

tomservo

tomservo reviewed v1.2 Beta 1 on Nov 17, 2001

Wow...

I tried lots of HTML/XML editors. XMLSpy was yet the best IMO, but this one... Wow, tt really rules!

ilasoft

ilasoft reviewed v1.2 Beta 1 on Nov 16, 2001

The best of its kind and almost perfect!!!! Make it faster (get rid of or improve mozilla interface?) and it WILL be perfect!!!

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