PhpStorm 2018.1 is now released!
Our website has all the details of this release, and here’s a roundup of the notable highlights.
- Inline function/method refactoring
- Refactor your code to functional style
- Configurable unchecked exceptions
- Goto Symbol navigation improvements
- Hierarchy checks for class aliases
- Creating class from test
- Codeception: code coverage
- Better @covers support
- Gutter icons for running tests
- Assertions support
- Simplified first start
PhpStorm 2018.1 also brings major improvements in its support for web technologies, such as reformat with Prettier, create new Vue project, TypeScript 2.7 support, debugging React Native apps and much more.
IntelliJ Platform has provided this release with lots of new features as well as bug-fixes. Specifically, Git partial commits, new Documentation UI, better HiDPI support on multiple displays for Windows, reworked focus subsystem, ability to open Terminal in a specific folder, and even more.
Database tools have been improved with Data editor SQL log, external schemas in Redshift and virtual schemas in Exasol, ability to choose how to switch schemas and more.
PhpStorm 2018.1 is available as a free update for everyone who has an active subscription for PhpStorm or All Products!
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