Episode 5 – What’s Coming in PhpStorm 2020.1 – EAP Video Series
In this episode of the What’s coming in 2020.1 series, we take a look at new inspections, such as finding redundant ternary expressions and redundant pass-by-ref occurrences. We also discuss an addition for composer.json to support references for scripts and, last but not least, advanced grammar proofreading with the Grazie spell-checker.
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