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Tag Archives: PHP
Unit testing follows the mantra that “the same input always should generate the same output.” But what if some developers on a team have different PHP configurations, or maybe one uses Windows and the other one Mac OS X? Does … Continue reading
As you may know, PhpStorm has all the WebStorm features available either out of the box or with free plugins in the repository. Thanks to this, PhpStorm 7 comes with support for .mustache and .hbs files and provides syntax highlighting, … Continue reading
Building a REST API? Need to test a call to a web application? Look no further! Earlier this year we bundled a REST client plugin with which we can test HTTP-based APIs right from within our IDE. Since then we’ve … Continue reading
Recently, we received the following question through Twitter: “What is the easiest way to deploy the changes of your last commit(s) to a remote project?” Let’s explore our options!
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
Ever since PhpStorm 2, we have had support for working with the Symfony console right from within the IDE. Newer versions have added support for other command line tools like Zend Framework, Composer, Symfony2 and Drush. With the latest PhpStorm … Continue reading
With the new Move Static Member refactoring in the PhpStorm 7 EAP, we can move static fields and methods to another type. For example when classes contain static methods that are nothing but utility methods, we can move them into … Continue reading
Developing for PHP can be done in several ways. Some like to install all components they want to work with themselves. Others prefer downloading and installing a full “LAMP” stack at once. The latter can be done using XAMPP (Windows, … Continue reading