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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
PhpStorm comes with many inspections that help us analyze and improve the quality of our codebase. By using PHP Mess Detector (PHPMD), we can enable many additional code quality checks on our codebase: it can detect possible bugs, suboptimal code, … Continue reading
Team members may have different backgrounds and code style preferences. In code bases where no formal code style is used, it can become obvious who wrote which code because of different styles being used. Having to work on such code … Continue reading
From time to time we have to mix different programming languages in one file. If there is only one or two occurrences of these small, embedded language islands, using Language Injections is the way to go. But what if we … Continue reading
Those of you who have already tried PhpStorm 6 might have noticed a lot of great additions to PHP imports support. In this post we would like to tell you about a long awaited feature: Optimize Imports for PHP.
There is a number of new PHPDoc inspections available in the latest PhpStorm 2.1 EAP builds which allow to find basic problems in PHP code documenting. These new inspections can be turned on/off in Settings|Inspections|PHP|CodeStyle/PHPDoc. Traditionally each inspection has a … Continue reading
Pack of fixes in all areas in this build along with couple of new features: PHP completion got new popup layout: added function signatures. Note that you can also open Quick Documentation popup (Ctrl-Q) right from this list. Feedback is … Continue reading