SensioLabsInsight Integration with PhpStorm

Earlier we announced a partnership between SensioLabs and JetBrains PhpStorm. Now we introduce integration between SensioLabsInsight and PhpStorm via a plugin that is already available in our repository.

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SensioLabsInsight seamlessly integrates with PhpStorm IDE via SensioLabsInsight plugin (developed by Daniel Espendiller). The plugin shows all the inspection results right in the editor gutter, provides handy navigation to full SensioLabsInsight report, and does a lot more.

Have a look at the full tutorial on SensioLabsInsight integration with PhpStorm where we look into how to start with the SensioLabsInsight service, configure the integration, and proceed with improving your project code quality thanks to additional inspections provided by the SensioLabsInsight service.

SensioLabsInsight is a quality assurance service that analyzes your source code to find problems that degrade the overall quality of your projects. It can analyze any application developed with PHP, and has specially designed rules to perform advanced analysis of various projects types such as Symfony2 applications, Laravel websites, Drupal modules, and more.

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Each analysis generates a highly detailed report with all the found problems, ranging from performance issues to potential security exploits. In addition, every error is explained within the context of your own code and includes comprehensive documentation about how to fix it.

The plugin is available for PhpStorm 7 and later versions (including the just-released PhpStorm 8) via download from the plugin repository.

Give SensioLabsInsight a try right now and tell us what you think!

Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains PhpStorm & SensioLabs Teams

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  • http://ClickTeck.com Shairyar Baig

    Any idea if this plugin has the features of Symfony plugin already available?

    • Mikhail Vink

      This plugin is not about Symfony framework specific features, it’s about inspections of code. So no, this plugin doesn’t have any features available in Symfony2 plugin (http://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7219?pr=phpStorm).

      • http://www.clickteck.com Shairyar Baig

        Thanks. This plugin looks like it is worth exploring.