Last year, I returned to using the free Komodo Edit cross-platform editor for HTML, JS, PHP projects. The main reason for the transition from Aptana IDE was a higher speed and Aptana's unexpected refusal to support native PHP extensions in favor of PDT.
I would like to talk about the changes that await us in the 6th version of the Beta 2 released on July 14:
Updating the code to Mozilla 1.9.1 (used in firefox 3.5), the editor runs much faster;
HTML5, CSS3 support (including auto-completion of browser-specific properties: -moz-, -webkit-);
New file manager Places (use caution, met the insidious bugs associated with copying and deleting files);
Updated Toolbox, contains all macros in one panel;
Python 3 support;
Restoration of working condition (open project and files) in case of the editor crash.
The IDE has a database manager and project publishing tool (for easy synchronization of file changes). I personally still get around for this purpose Mysql Query Browser and the console utility Unison.