From developers to developers. And back.
One of the best things in our business is connecting and communicating with smart and interesting people. Yes, I mean you — our users. We know many of you enjoy using our products and playing with their new features as much as we do creating them.
Many of you also share your passion with others. Here are some links we’ve collected that you might like:
- A blog post about using PhpStorm for WordPress development.
You really encourage us to keep up the good work with e-mails like this (from Matt Pinkston):
I’ve been a professional PHP coder for over 10 years and love what I do. I’ve used various editors in the past, each with their own special features/aesthetics, etc.
But PhpStorm has blown me away. The tools I don’t need stay out of my way until I need them, and then they’re right there. It’s surprisingly fast and stable for all it does, which certainly hasn’t been my experience with other Java based IDEs. I’ve also found that I’ve been able to dive right in and start using it to great effect without having to spend hours in the manuals. As far as I’m concerned, it’s the closest thing to a perfect IDE I’ve ever seen.
So, thank you all for your feedback! It’s what keeps us motivated and focused on our work!
Going further, if you want some new features implemented — let us know in our tracker.
Developing with pleasure ;)
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