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Welcome to this fourth edition of the PHP Annotated Monthly, where our developer advocates Maarten and Anderson highlight this month’s most interesting content from around the web, posted by developers like us. It have been interesting times. There’s a Firefox Developer Edition, … Continue reading
Time flies! This is already the third installment of our PHP Annotated Monthly, our monthly overview where we highlight the most interesting content from around the web, posted by developers like us. In the past month we’ve learned that the HTML5 … Continue reading
Last month, we started an experiment with the PHP Annotated Monthly. Not sure if you’d like this kind of posts, we asked if you wanted more posts highlighting the most interesting content from around the web, posted by developers like us. The … Continue reading
Here at JetBrains, we strive to help PHP developers with excellent tools like PhpStorm that improve our code and workflow. But there’s more to developing PHP applications than that: learning from others and keeping up with what’s going on out there … Continue reading
PhpStorm 8 comes with PHP 5.6 support. With this latest PHP version released end of August, we don’t want to keep you from using new language features like exponentiation via **, use function and use const, constant expressions, variadic functions, argument … Continue reading
More and more PHP developers are shifting to a workflow where they use PhpStorm on their local machine and run and debug their PHP applications on a remote server or Vagrant machine. Which is great! Every project we’re working on … 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