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Today we are pleased to announce SensioLabs as a PhpStorm global training and technology partner. SensioLabs developers use PhpStorm in-house while their coaches use it during training courses. Through our partnership, SensioLabs’ trainees can now take advantage of special PhpStorm pricing … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, PHPUnit 4.0 was released (as well as 4.1 a few days ago). This latest incarnation of the popular unit testing framework for PHP adds a couple of new features and bugfixes. In this blog post, we’ll … Continue reading
The latest PhpStorm 8 EAP brings support for PSR-0 and PSR-4 namespace roots. PhpStorm comes with a configurable convention which specifies that the project Source Root is also a root for the package and namespace. In other words: every directory created under the Source … Continue reading
Support for PHP remote interpreters has been introduced in PhpStorm 8 EAP. It lets us use a PHP interpreter over SSH installed on any remote environment, to run/debug application and run testing tools remotely. Using a remote interpreter instead of … Continue reading
Since PhpDocumentor allows Markdown in documentation blocks (as stated here), we have added Markdown support to PhpStorm 8 too when showing a quick documentation of classes, functions, etc. Here is a list of what is actually supported from Markdown syntax … Continue reading
We are glad to announce availability of WordPress plugin (providing a bunch of WordPress-specific features) bundled with PhpStorm from yesterday’s PhpStorm 8 EAP 136.1255, you can download and test it right now. Please refer to a full tutorial on WordPress … Continue reading
Earlier this week, we released the PhpStorm 8 EAP with a number of new features and improvements. We hear what you say on Twitter and on our issue tracker and that’s why we’re including your number one request: Multiple Selection. Let’s … Continue reading
With PhpStorm 7, we introduced built-in support for working with Vagrant, a tool which helps to create reproducible development environments. These scripted virtual machines can then be shared using a simple script, instead of having to share a full-blown virtual … Continue reading