Webinar – What’s New in PhpStorm 8: Evolving with You, October 7th

Join us Tuesday, October 7th, 16:00 – 17:00 CEST (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT, check other zones) for a free webinar, What’s New in PhpStorm 8: Evolving with You with Maarten Balliauw.

PhpStorm 8, released on 16th September 2014, brings even more emerging technologies to help you enjoy web development, with deepest-ever code understanding and advanced support for remote environments.

During the webinar, Maarten will overview new features and major improvements brought by this release, such as:

  • PHP Language Support: completely re-worked language injections into PHP literals; PHP 5.6 full support; source & test directories for PHP
  • Frameworks: Blade template engine support; WordPress support; Drupal 8 support
  • Behat support
  • Remote PHP interpreters support
  • Web technologies: AngularJS; Grunt; spy-js
  • Platform: Multiple carets and selections; working with a single file without creating a project; bundled Scratch plugin
  • and more…

This webinar is geared towards developers of different proficiency. Please register now. There will be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinar. The recording will be available within a few days after the webinar.

Maarten BalliauwMaarten Balliauw is a Developer Advocate at JetBrains. His interests are all web: ASP.NET MVC, PHP and Windows Azure. He’s a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Windows Azure and an ASPInsider. He has published many articles in both PHP and .NET literature such as MSDN magazine and PHP architect. Maarten is a frequent speaker at various national and international events such as MIX (Las Vegas), TechDays, DPC and others..
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  • Mike

    Why don’t you give the time in GMT (or UTC or Z) instead of those esoteric CEST, EDT, WTFT, FST, MST…?

    I know my local time and my universal time, that should be enough for anyone in the world to convert to his local time rather than having to dig somewhere in the Internet to find out.

    • Mikhail Vink

      Good point, thanks. We’ll provide GMT time as well for future webinars.
      For this one the start is 2pm GMT.