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What makes PHP great is the community that is building frameworks, libraries and nice tools. And more. This awesome community brought us Composer, a dependency manager for PHP which lets us install and update packages from Packagist.org and makes it easy to … Continue reading
The clue/graph-composer project on GitHub is pretty interesting. Once installed, it allows us to generate a visualization of our project’s composer.json and its dependencies. Wouldn’t it be nice if this graph were generated automatically whenever Composer dependencies changed? Well, PhpStorm … Continue reading
It has been possible to make use of command line tools for a while. Using the Tools | Run Command… menu we can invoke commands right from our IDE! Some tools like Composer, Symfony, Zend Framework 1 and Drush (with the … Continue reading
PhpStorm has had support for command line tools for a while. Using the command line tools, we can invoke commands right from our IDE! We can bring up the command line tool using the Tools | Run Command… menu or … Continue reading
Since version 3.7, PHPUnit allows us to install the test runner and optional dependencies using Composer. With PhpStorm 6, this workflow is now supported from the IDE. Using both the bundled Composer support and PhpStorm’s unit testing support, we can … Continue reading
One of the great things that happened in PHP world was the introduction of Composer, a dependency manager for PHP which allows us to specify dependencies for our project and have Composer install and update them for us. With PhpStorm … Continue reading
New build is ready – this time with some quite visible changes! Check out new Composer project type at File|New Project|Projec Type->Composer PHPUnit tests generation via File|New|PHPUnit… and Navigate|Test actions Controllable Arrangement of class members in PHP at Settings|Code Style|PHP|Arrangement Hierarchical color scheme management via Language … Continue reading
Built-in Command Line Tool support plugin provides autocompletion and documentation for any command line based tools. It needs just an xml commands description to support new tool. We plan to add automatic recognition of composer and other popular tools in future, but … Continue reading