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Many of PhpStorm users like to debug their PHP web applications and local command line scripts using our zero-configuration debugging approach due to its simplicity and comfort. This time we would like to announce that since PhpStorm 4.0 you can … Continue reading
PhpStorm 4.0 allows you to check your code on the fly with PHP Code Sniffer (phpcs) just by opening a PHP file. The check is triggered every time you change something in the file thus making it extremely easy to … Continue reading
As of PHP 5.4.0, the CLI SAPI provides a built-in web server which is intended for development purposes only. We are glad to announce that since PhpStorm 4.0 you can control a web server instance directly from the IDE.
PhpStorm 4.0 contains a bundled predefined coding style for the popular Drupal content management platform. Currently just reformatting your code in PhpStorm removes 99% of errors reported by Drupal coder-review and makes your code fit to Drupal coding standards.
This long-awaited feature gives you a possibility to define your own code-folding regions with special line comments.
We continue developing integration with tools essential for each developer who cares about the quality of his code. This time we want to introduce you Code Coverage for PHPUnit.
There are new ‘Surround With’ actions introduced in PhpStorm 3.0
This is a cross-post from IntelliJ IDEA blog. Original post by Gregory Shrago. There are many little things in database and SQL area that got attention in PhpStorm 3.0 release but now I just want to highlight the major ones. … Continue reading
Hello guys, Sometime ago we announced integration with Xdebug profiler in PhpStorm 3.0. This time we want to introduce you integration with another popular CPU profiling extension for PHP – Zend Debugger.