Tag Archives: completion

Optimize Imports for PHP

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.

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TypeScript Support in WebStorm 6

One of the evolutions in JavaScript development is the new TypeScript language, an open-source superset of JavaScript that allows us to write code in a typed language which compiles to JavaScript. At JеtВrаins wе wоrk tirеlеssly tо bring аbоut mоrе … Continue reading

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PhpStorm Type Inference and Mocking Frameworks

Recently, we received a question on Twitter asking about how PhpStorm handles type inference when working with mocking frameworks. Imagine having the following two classes: When writing a unit test for ClassA, it’s very easy to mock ClassB using PHPUnit’s … Continue reading

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Validating JavaScript code with JSDoc types annotations

Today’s post is about a nice feature set (many of you have been using for a long time) and its recent improvements. I’m talking about static type checking when type of parameter or variable on the left side of assignment … Continue reading

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New in 5.0: Google Closure Compiler JSDoc annotations

Providing comments and annotations to your JavaScript code is a way to make it more definite and easier to read by other developers. It is especially important in large projects. Some static code analysis tools and verifiers take types and … Continue reading

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New in 4.0: Smarter ordering of JavaScript completion options

We are getting a lot of reports and ideas from you about the ordering of JavaScript completion options. So in WebStorm 4.0 and PhpStorm 4.0 we made small but important improvements. More relevant suggestions now appear at the top of … Continue reading

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PhpStorm & WebStorm 3.0 EAP 110.44

This week’s EAP brings important stability and performance fixes and some neat features

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Symfony Command Line Usage With Command Line Tool Support

Since PhpStorm 2.0 Symfony framework command line tool can be used inside PhpStorm by Command Line Tool Support. Let’s pass through a simple Symfony tutorial, and then create a custom task. You’ll need having PhpStorm 2.0 and Symfony 1.1 or … Continue reading

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Zend Framework Tool Usage With Command Line Tool Support

Zend Framework has a powerful command line tool, and it can be used inside PhpStorm by Command Line Tool Support. Let’s pass through a simple Zend Framework tutorial. You’ll need having PhpStorm 2.0 and Zend Framework installed on your computer.

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Improvement of HTML5 support in PhpStorm & WebStorm

Recently, we’ve added a number of new features that simplify HTML5 development. Here’s a short list of their highlights: Support of HTML custom data attributes. The attributes with names that begin with data- can be used to store some custom … Continue reading

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