VS.Php for Visual Studio

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VS.Php is a PHP integrated development environment based on Visual Studio. With VS.Php you can design, develop, debug and deploy PHP applications within the Visual Studio IDE.

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6/1/2014
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by Ali.Alikhani | June 29 2013

by OzPlanet | March 07 2013

I am very happy with the VS.Php IDE. My only complain is with formatting I wish it would format the PHP code like it does with vb and C#. If you come across some badly written code it is hard to decipher.

I am mainly a VB guy, but have been playing around with WordPress. I highly recommend this for those that do not have much PHP experience. I can live with the few bugs as long as it doesn't crash which so far so good.

by YYC_Dev | January 31 2013

Have been trying to use this in 4 different development machines. Each running VS 2012 Ultimate MSDN, Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 8 Pro. Every single one either gives a different error and the Windows 8 one installer runs but never shows up. Really wanted to buy a license as this looked like a great tool but it's become the worse plugin I've ever experienced and it's buggier than some of the stuff I've built... is there NO QA testing for this product? Sorry but in an IT department of over 300 developers this has been the biggest headache and frustration we've ever seen from a VS plugin. I'd recommend other developers stay away from this product... 4 days of effort to make this plugin work and various error messages later we are at this one. =>
"Fail to create project. Unable to cast object of type 'Microsoft.VisualStudio.Project.Automation.OAVSProject' to type 'PHPProjectExtLib.PHPProject'."

by anointek | August 06 2012

This tool is great if you are primarily a microsoft platform developer with an occasional need to develop PHP applications.

by BlueAce urf Pragy | March 26 2012

by XLeds | January 27 2012

by Borisnikopfv | December 23 2011

Terrible. I would not recommend this plugin to anyone.
What you first get is a trial.

Then, already being a software designer for networking and web I'm already well versed in many languages including PHP. Thusly, I created a simple if-else echo script.. When you go to run it in the debugger, it doesn't even parse the html as html. It only does plain un-encoded text.
This plugin is a joke. I was hoping for better, yet Notepad++ (Which is free btw) is MANY more advantages and doesn't need the backend of MS's VS prog.

Nothing good to say about this plugin. I's pointless and a sheer waste of my time! I've made more sophisticated scripts with far less than 45 MB this wastes to install.

Bottom line: Don't waste your precious time..

vsphp December 27 2011
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Borisnikopfv, I'm really sorry to hear you did not get a good experience with VS.Php.

Was the lack of HTML intellisense the thing you were looking for inside the PHP editor?

VS.Php has a lot of features for PHP developers including debugging and intellisense. I wonder if you tried those.

Let me know if there is anything I can do to make your experience with VS.Php a pleasant one.

Thanks,

Juan

by Island_Dev | October 06 2011

by İlkay Taşkıran | July 23 2011

Visual Studio is now committed to supporting each platform

by Chris Kempton | March 30 2011

Works well in my experience. Good Intellisense, debugging support.

by Abencoador | December 31 2010

by Nikhil Singhal | August 05 2010

Hangs the IDE. Extremely slow. Cannot load large PHP sites. Going to try CodeLobster now

by rushfrisby | July 29 2010

This plugin hangs VS2010 when loading up solutions. I had to uninstall it right away.

by nshahzad | April 04 2010

Excellent PHP editor, works very well. I use it with several remote projects on straight includes or with a few framworks, and the intellisense works pretty well.

by Arnaud Fontaine - MSFT | January 13 2009

by vsphp | June 23 2008

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