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Another EAP build of PhpStorm 2.1 comes with bundled templates for PHP getter and setter methods. You can change these templates for your own needs in Settings|File Templates|Code|PHP Getter/Setter Method.
Hello guys, We are working hard on new features for PhpStorm 2.1, and the ‘Extract Function/Method’ refactoring for PHP is one of them. This feature has been available since the first PhpStorm 2.1 EAP(106.444), and we are looking forward for … Continue reading
Phing is a powerful build tool based on Apache Ant. Apache Ant has an extensive and long-standing support in IDEA. At least, I used it even in IDEA 7. So now I’m glad to introduce Phing support in PhpStorm EAP … Continue reading
Hello guys, Recently after demoing the PhpStorm to users on a conference I discovered that our practice of writing assignments “backwards” via “Introduce variable” was really surprising to users… Lets discuss what exactly we are doing and why. How do … Continue reading
Introduction In the previous post Zero-configuration debugging with XDebug and PhpStorm 2.0, we discussed setting up debugging automatically. This works perfectly in most cases. However, sometimes you may still need to configure debugging manually. In this article we will explain … Continue reading
The “Introduce Constant” refactoring is very similar to the “Introduce Variable” refactoring – it creates a constant which holds the selected expression as the value and replaces it occurrences by reference to this newly created constant.
Rename refactoring is one of the basic types of refactoring, and PhpStorm supports it since the early builds. This post will let you know about the new rename refactoring features available in PhpStorm 2.0! Advanced options for renaming named entities Rename … Continue reading
UPD: Note that this screencast is for 1.0.x only. Check out tutorial for 2.o. With PhpStorm and Xdebug you can easily debug your web application right on your server using Remote Debugging. It’s a very convenient way to examine and … Continue reading