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About Gary HockinGary 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.
PhpStorm 2017.1 brings some improvements to the auto-importing of namespaced constructs during your coding; let’s take a look at them.
As the nights get longer and the sun shows itself a little more, Gary Hockin, Developer Advocate for PhpStorm at JetBrains, rounds what’s new in PHP… it’s PHP Annotated Monthly.
Debugging has always been a very important part of PhpStorm, and the 2017.1 release continues our quest to improve the debugger experience.
PhpStorm 2017.1 brings a smorgasbord of new code style settings so you can get your code looking just how you like it.
PhpStorm 2017.1 brings the usual improvements to inspections and quick fixes, let’s take a brief look at what was introduced.
Code completion in PhpStorm is one of the most important and most used features that the IDE has, and PhpStorm 2017.1 comes with new settings that help completion be more relevant, and faster.
The Codeception test framework is a nice way of organizing your Unit, Integration and Acceptance tests under one roof, and PhpStorm 2017.1 brings support for Codeception into your favorite IDE.
PhpStorm 2017.1 comes with support for the latest version of the market-leading unit testing framework – PHPUnit 6. There have been a few significant changes that needed us to tweak PhpStorm’s support for PHPUnit, and these will be available in 2017.1.
Brand new in 2017.1, we introduce parameter hints to make your code more readable and easier to understand.