Setting up your workstation for Joomla development

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Under construction Note: 1. Gathering different resources and place in this structure. 2. Structure resources in 1 repeating structure 3. Make resources less redundant


This is a trial to better structurize all the wiki pages talking through one another. This is a more summarized, general and joomla oriented version of Setting_up_your_workstation_for_PHP_development

Installing a web server

Installing an IDE / Editor

Installing a debugger

  • Xdebug on Eclipse
  • Zend Debugger on Eclipse, ..

Installing a version control

If you like to contribute to the actual Joomla! code, SVN is what is used there.

  • SVN on Eclipse
  • Zend debugger on Eclipse
  • ...

Installing a build mechanism

  • Ant
  • Phing
  • ...


Extension development using eclipse and phing