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JetBrains PhpStorm and JetBrains WebStorm have their own separate resources. This WebIDE Blog is Closed
Dear friends, For quite a while we have been sharing this blog and other resources for both PhpStorm and WebStorm IDEs. We came to the conclusion it’s time to let these products have their own separate resources. This way our … Continue reading
PhpStorm 6 release is just around the corner! Today we’re publishing a PhpStorm 6 Public Preview build 127.67 with a set of latest fixes. Those who already use our EAP builds – please download the latest build and be sure to … Continue reading
PhpStorm 6 brings a new set of customizable templates for PhpDoc blocks and overridden/implemented method body. Now we can decide what content these parts of code will initially have when they are generated automatically.
Sometimes you have several different versions of files or folders related to your project locally, or you’ve just downloaded it from a remote source. In this case it’s crucial to work with the most up-to-date copy. If you need to … Continue reading
Modern web development workflow can hardly be effective without a Version Control System (VCS) managing all your source code. It’s absolutely essential for team development or when your project grows large. VCS takes care of all your source code management, … Continue reading
Many different files are created in the course of development, and the bigger your project grows, the more files it involves. However, most files are typical and can contain pre-defined information you don’t need to type every time you create … Continue reading
We at JetBrains believe that sharing experience, promoting technologies and offering networking opportunities is very important for professional developers. This is why we support the community through user groups, conferences and educational projects. If you run a technology user group, … Continue reading
PhpStorm has added one more tool to its list of external code quality validators: PHP Mess Detector.