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Rating and comments for Quanta Plus


Average score 4.18 (based on 17 votes)

given by Anonymous on March 10, 2007

Compared to other free editors, Quanta gives you an entire
IDE for web development, rather than just a basic editor.

given by Anonymous on August 22, 2007

Quanta is the best of all of the free editors I have come accross. I just wish they had a Windows version so I could use it in my workplace as well as home.

given by ed on September 4, 2007

I migrated from Windows to Linux and it was a real problem to find a decent PHP development environment. Quanta gives everything I need.

given by Anonymous on December 14, 2007

It's a great tool for PHP Development

given by Anonymous on January 30, 2008

Can easily keep up with Dreamweaver! But a Windows Version would indeed be nice ;-)

given by oken on February 4, 2008

if you have a link to a windows version please post it to te_kda_vids_ter@gmail.com (remove all _).
thank you

oken

given by Anonymous on May 25, 2008

given by Anonymous on November 19, 2008

This is awesome, but I rarely use Linux these days. :(

Someone PLEASE!! Find a way to have a windows version of this!!!!! PLEASE!!!!!

given by Anonymous on February 21, 2009

the best i've tryied scream bluefish Kompozer....
this one is be all means the best

given by Brent on October 9, 2009

given by Anonymous on December 22, 2009

given by Ryan on October 21, 2010

I wanted to use a visual editor for some HTML styling but this is not the one. Better off using TinyMCE or something than this.

given by Anonymous on March 2, 2011

given by hypehoapesk on May 26, 2011

Hey - I am certainly delighted to discover this. cool job!

given by #jkjohnson[GJEEGKKGGJGG] on June 12, 2011

Hey - I am definitely glad to discover this. cool job!

given by Anonymous on February 27, 2012

The link on this site is broken! New link is at sourceforge

given by mikhael on November 17, 2012

more development needed from its developers.

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