UltraEdit and UEStudio both include powerful features such as syntax highlighting, code folding, integrated scripting and macro support, and more. However, there are some key differences between UltraEdit and UEStudio such as version control, language intelligence, and integrated development tools. The chart below outlines these and other differences.
"I'm very excited about what you've done here (UEStudio) - my (SQL) development cycle has been cut in half."
Note: This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of the differences between UltraEdit and UEStudio.
UEStudio, all the features of UltraEdit plus the power of an IDE.
UEStudio web development tools
Integrated PHP Debugger
Integrated PHP Debugger (using XDebug) allows you to run your PHP scripts on a local webserver and debug them through UEStudio
IntelliTips for PHP-specific language elements
Integrated PHP scripting support
Integrated PHP functions allow you to parse
and run your PHP scripts as well as check your PHP code
Integrated Ruby scripting support
Execute and check your Ruby code, or launch
Ruby with specified command line options and run it on the active script
UEStudio file handling tools
View project list, set backup, specify
project locations, create batch builder list, track time spent on
Manage the way sets of related projects are
configured, built, and deployed
SVN/CVS/Git Support (Version Control)
Add and configure version control system accounts to track developmental changes to your files
UEStudio file editing tools
Tabbed Output Window
Execute multiple functions and store the
dynamically generated output of these functions separately for future
reference (during the active editing session)
The power of language intelligence integrated
with an intelligent auto complete tooltip for code elements of the
current file. IntelliTips also provides a dialog-based popup that
displays class/struct data members and functions. Some of this
functionality is automatically triggered during the coding process while
other items may be invoked from the IntelliTips toolbar
Powerful tabbed interface that gives the
user multiple methods of interacting with projects, solutions, files,
resources, tags and much more
Save the active document if needed and
compile and link all project files
Add, Remove, Browse resources as desired.
Edit dialogs, string tables, menus and more. You can even configure
UEStudio to edit bitmaps and icons via user-installed graphic
Convert projects from Visual Studio format
to a format supported by UEStudio
Displays a parsed representation of the
active project within the Workspace Manager. Quickly jump to definitions
shown in this view
With support for over 65 different
compilers, UEStudio is equipped to natively support project
configurations for many popular programming compilers and assemblers,
including Microsoft Visual C++, Java, GNU C/C++, and much more.
This powerful capability provides users truly advanced IDE operations
from within UEStudio
Select a debugger and run it on the active
(requires WinDBG installation) Launch your
application, then start, end or restart a dbugging session. Also execute
your code one statement at a time, one line at a time, or through the
remaining lines. Add or remove breakpoints
Create lists of projects that are in one
workspace and build them in one step
I downloaded and installed the new UEStudio less than an hour ago, and the new features are already greatly appreciated. The two most welcome new features are the as-you-type spell checker and the browser preview. These two alone will save me countless hours in the long run. UEStudio just keeps getting better and better. I find I am using my other development tools less and less, while UEStudio gains more and more of my productivity time. Registering was absolutely one of the wisest software investments I have made. Considering the price, I think it's an absolute bargain.
No matter your text editing needs, UEStudio's stunning array of innovative features offer the functionality of a bonafide IDE and will transform the way you work.