Webinar: What’s New in PhpStorm 2016.1, April 18th
PhpStorm 2016.1, released on March 17, 2016, is the first update in the series of releases planned for 2016. During the webinar, Gary Hockin will overview new features and major improvements brought in this release:
- PHP Language & Editing Experience: A number of serious and long-awaited improvements in the PHP language support (improved type inference, completion, support of traits), full support of group use statements, Make Static refactoring and new intentions.
- New Debugging Experience: Usability improvements for debugging, XDebug for REST Client.
- Frameworks and Tools: Keep-Alive feature for SFTP/FTP/FTPS servers and Remote Interpreters, project-level interpreters, support of Rerun failed tests for PHPUnit/Behat, some usability improvements for Remote Interpreters, and initial Joomla! support (will be available in PhpStorm 2016.1.1).
Gary will guide you through all the major features and improvements in PhpStorm 2016.1 and answer your questions in this live webinar.
This webinar is suitable for developers of different proficiency levels. Please register now. There will be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinar. A video recording will be made available a few days later.
About Gary Hockin
Gary Hockin has been creating code to power web applications for 15 years, the last three of them at an extraordinary level. He is handsome, talented, funny and articulate, and also extremely modest. Gary is a valued contributor to Zend Framework 2 and is a member of the community review team. He’s married and has two wonderful children, and when he’s not coding, writing about code, speaking about code or reading about code, he can usually be found in the pub playing pool.
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