What languages, frameworks, tools, operating systems, etc. do you use?

LeChris

Well-Known Member
Sep 30, 2013
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What languages, frameworks, tools, operating system, etc do you prefer to work with :p

Updated Thread as of 02/28/2019

OS:
Mac Mojave

IDE:
IntelliJ PHPStorm & WebStorm

Languages:
Javascript (ES8)
PHP (7*)

Frameworks
Laravel
React
Vue

Database:
MariaDB
Postgres

Other:
GitKraken
Navicat Premium
Insomnia

Devops:
Heroku Cloud
AWS S3
 

MayoMayn

BestDev
Oct 18, 2016
1,410
669
OS
Ubuntu Budgie

Language
JavaScript / TypeScript

Frameworks
Stencil
React / React Native
Electron
Nest

Libraries
Pixi.js
RxJS
Redux
Apollo
Mobx
Sequelize

Tools
Hyper / Tilix
Git / Github
Webstorm
MySQL Workbench

DevOps
GraphQL
MongoDB
MySQL
Nginx
 
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MayoMayn

BestDev
Oct 18, 2016
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669
Hows GraphQL and Webstorm working out for ya ?
Totally in love.

You should check out Stencil, even though you don't like JSX.
Basically Vue + Angular + React / JSX combined plus it's only fucking 6kB.

And don't get me started on Nest.
I would love to learn Dart though.
 
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griimnak

You're a slave to the money then you die
Jul 20, 2013
942
773
  • Operating System
  • Win/Arch Linux
  • Language
  • Javascript (pure)
  • Python (falcon, flask)
  • PHP
  • Tools
  • Sublime (Code Editor)
  • Github (Self explanatory)
  • WinSCP (gui scp for win)
  • PuTTY / WSS (Windows sub system)
  • Xming (X server for Windows)

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Adil

DevBest CEO
May 28, 2011
1,248
695
Operating Systems
  • Windows
  • Ubuntu (rarely)
  • OSX (rarely, at work)
  • CentOS (at uni)
Languages
  • Javascript (ES6)
  • Python (Django)
  • Java
  • SQL
Tools
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Pycharm
  • Datagrip
  • PGAdmin
  • Github
  • PuTTY
  • IntelliJ
 

LeChris

Well-Known Member
Sep 30, 2013
2,594
1,182
My setup has changed a bit

Operating System
Mac OS Mojave

Languages
Javascript (EcmaScript 8)
PHP (7.1)

Databases
MariaDB
Postgres

Tools
PHPStorm
WebStorm
Navicat Premium
Gitkraken
Postman
 

Alam

shietttt
Jul 3, 2011
433
166
Operating System
Mac OS Mojave / Windows 10 (Switch occasionally)

Languages
PHP
Javascript (Node)

Frameworks

Laravel

Databases
MariaDB

Tools
Atom
Sourcetree
Sequelpro
 

Higoka

Active Member
Dec 16, 2018
175
74
OS
macOS Catalina

Language
HTML
CSS, Sass
JavaScript, NodeJS
PHP
MySQL

Tools
Visual Studio Code
Git, Github
Composer
PHP-CS-Fixer
SequelPro
Nginx, PHP buillt in dev server
Terminal
 

Parsov

Member
May 18, 2016
304
194
OS:
  • Windows
  • Ubuntu

IDE:
  • Visual Studio
  • IntelliJ
  • Atom
  • Sublime

Languages:
  • CSharp
  • Visual Basic
  • Erlang
  • LUA
  • Perl
  • Python
  • Kotlin
  • Java

Frameworks
  • MonoGame
  • Blazor
  • Elixir
  • Flask
Other
  • Unity
  • Godot Engine
  • Xenko
  • Orbit
  • Git
  • Jira
  • Source Tree

Database:
  • Postgre
  • Maria
  • Mongo
  • Arrango
 
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RastaLulz

fight teh power
Staff member
May 3, 2010
3,880
3,785
OS:
- macOS Catalina

Editor/IDE:
- PhpStorm (WebStorm)
- Sublime (for opening one off/large files)

Languages:
- JavaScript (ES6+)
- PHP 5.4+

Frameworks:
- Vue
- AdonisJs
- Laravel
- WordPress


Databases:
- MySQL

Tools:
- GitHub Desktop
- Sequel Pro/Table Plus
- iTerm
- Postman
- Notion
 

LeChris

Well-Known Member
Sep 30, 2013
2,594
1,182
OS:
- macOS Catalina

Editor/IDE:
- PhpStorm (WebStorm)
- Sublime (for opening one off/large files)

Languages:
- JavaScript (ES6+)
- PHP 5.4+

Frameworks:
- Vue
- AdonisJs
- Laravel
- WordPress


Databases:
- MySQL

Tools:
- GitHub Desktop
- Sequel Pro/Table Plus
- iTerm
- Postman
- Notion
Any plans on moving to Typescript?
 

RastaLulz

fight teh power
Staff member
May 3, 2010
3,880
3,785
Any plans on moving to Typescript?
I like the idea of TypeScript, but I don't foresee us migrating to it anytime soon as our code base is relatively large (170+ components), and growing everyday. Would be a big time investment not only migrating, but also getting everyone else on board.
 

LeChris

Well-Known Member
Sep 30, 2013
2,594
1,182
I like the idea of TypeScript, but I don't foresee us migrating to it anytime soon as our code base is relatively large (170+ components), and growing everyday. Would be a big time investment not only migrating, but also getting everyone else on board.
Our company was in the same place, however the team greatly wanted it.

We rolled out a migration that would take place over time. Any new components would be in TS and anytime a prior component was changed, you’d implement typescript as well.

It took roughly half a year but most of our system is full TS!
 

Heaplink

Developer & Designer
Nov 9, 2011
510
173
OS:
- macOS Mojave

Editor/IDE:
- VS Code — has a lot of nice plugins for efficient working.
- Sublime Text — rarely, used to be my go to, but now only for USB thumb-drives.
- Neovim — For small edits. At least I know how to quit it.

Languages:
- JavaScript
- TypeScript
- Rust
- OCaml
- Reason
- C/C++ (very rare)

Frameworks:
- React
- Svelte

Databases:
- SQLite
- Postgres
- MongoDB
- Redis

Tools:
- iTerm
- Rectangle — window manager for macOS
- Insomnia (similar to Postman)
- Notion
- Linear
- Sketch
- Figma
- Affinity Designer
- Abstract (for Sketch)
- Xcode

Other:
- GraphQL
 

Chuckie_

Active Member
Jun 22, 2019
136
71
OS:
  • Windows 10 - for C#/WPF (education)
  • MacOS - MacBook Pro when not working from home
  • Ubuntu 20.04

Editor/IDE:
  • WebStorm (w/ vim keybindings) - had to move to it because VSCode's eslint feature had poor support for mono repos.
  • VSCode (w/ vim keybindings)
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • Vim

Languages:
  • TypeScript
  • PHP
  • C#

Frameworks:
  • Nest
  • React
  • Vue (work)
  • Laravel

Database:
  • MySQL
  • SQL Server

Other:
  • GraphQL
  • Whola lotta vim plugins and configurations
  • Figma for frontend prototyping
 

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