Aptana Studio Beginner's Guide

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  • Set up your own installation of Aptana Studio
  • Dive into Aptana Studio and learn all about workspaces, perspectives, and projects
  • Use JavaScript libraries
  • Debug JavaScript web applications
  • Document and inspect JavaScript code
  • Manage your source with Git and SVN
  • Work on PHP-Projects

Aptana Studio 3 is a powerful web development IDE based on the Eclipse platform and provides many innovative technologies and features for developing effective, modern hi-standard web-applications. Aptana has been around since 2008 and it provides language support for HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, Rails, PHP, Python, and many others by using plugins.

"Aptana Studio Beginner's Guide" is packed with the author’s experience of several years developing with Aptana Studio. It's not just a powerful guide, it's a practical, hands-on introduction to Aptana Studio as a whole. If you want to harness Aptana Studio to enhance your web-development productivity, then read this book.

You will start by setting up your own installation of Aptana Studio, and will be guided step-by-step through the various stages of developing with Aptana Studio.

You will learn how to manage all your work in workspaces and projects, and how you can optimize your projects depending on the nature of the project.

In addition, you will be taught how to work on remote servers or manage your source code with Git and SVN.

Finally, you will have a fully configured IDE and be equipped with the knowledge about how to work and manage large web-projects.

  • Learn how easy it is to install Aptana Studio 3 and tailor it perfectly to your needs
  • Dive into important aspects with Aptana Studio 3 such as workspaces and projects
  • Work with Aptana Studio in a large distributed Team
Page Count 298
Course Length 8 hours 56 minutes
ISBN 9781849518246
Date Of Publication 25 Jan 2013


Thomas Deuling

Thomas Deuling is a web applications developer with over 5 years experience in developing large web applications with open source technologies. He started by programming small web applications and websites for different agencies. Currently, he is self employed and has just founded his own company called coding.ms (www.coding.ms). He has managed many large web projects in the past, even developing a whole ERP/CRM system for a large international company. In short, Thomas lives web development. He is also the author of a German book, Warenwirtschaft und Webapplikationen auf Basis von OpenLaszlo, VDM Publishing, which deals with enterprise resource planning and web applications based on OpenLaszlo.