Is Ubuntu suitable for web designer and web developer? I mean cross-browsing, comfortable work.
I would like to see reviews from web designers or web developers about their experience working in Ubuntu.
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Yes, Ubuntu is great for Web Designers and Web Developers.
Ubuntu was my main platform for a few years, and it's probably the easiest to work with.
Install Apache and a few other things, maybe a nicer code editor, and you're good to go.
Ubuntu is a great platform for web development.
Those are great full tools for a great web-development experience.
and many many others among them.
sudo apt-get install taskel //then follow on screen instructions to install lamp stack sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin
I really do recommend using one of the IDE-s above and tools provided above and you'll have a pleasant coding and design experience.