Support for Google App Engine PHP in PhpStorm
We are happy to announce support for Google App Engine PHP (announced at Google I/O 2013 conference) in PhpStorm IDE.
Currently the support is provided with non-bundled plugin ‘Google App Engine Support for PHP’ already available in JetBrains Plugin Repository for PhpStorm. It can be installed right from the IDE in Settings | Plugins.
There is a variety of features to try right now, such as:
- Creating the Google App Engine PHP application from the scratch
- Running application locally with Google App Engine PHP
- Debugging application locally with Google App Engine PHP
- Uploading (deploying) the application to Google App Engine PHP (Appspot)
Check the detailed tutorial Getting Started with PhpStorm as Google App Engine PHP IDE right now!
The plugin functionality will be enhanced soon with more features.
Develop with pleasure!
– JetBrains PhpStorm Team
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