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Our shop is all Visual Studio and .Net application / web development.

We have some legacy stuff that is still PHP and will be so for some time to come as we transition things.

What would be the best idea...get something like VS.php or just install Dreamweaver and Visual Studio on our PC's?

Or something else?
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Dreamweaver would be my solution.

1- Much faster than VS and your php app does not need to be edited in a tool that is very heavyweight and supports .NET.
2- DW is specially customized for php.
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