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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
A good developer is a lazy developer, right? Thanks to PhpStorm and WebStorm sharing the IntelliJ IDEA platform, we had an easier job integrating support for Bower from our colleagues! Bower is a package manager for the web, which allows us … 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
When developing PHP applications, chances are at one point we will be deploying them. During development we may want to deploy our application to a testing/staging server or a Vagrant box. And once release day is there we want to … Continue reading
PhpStorm 8 EAP 136.1575 is available for download. From the PHP side, this build delivers: Support for PHPUnit Coverage using PHP remote interpreters Indexing performance improvements and many other bug fixes and improvements (see full list in our issue tracker)… IntelliJ … Continue reading