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In the recent What’s New video for PhpStorm 2016.3, I noticed I was always adding PHP 7’s strict type declaration declare(strict_types=1) to every new file I created.
Recent versions of PhpStorm have come with increasingly improving support for the popular CMS Joomla! Here we take a look at some of the useful features from recent versions.
It started with a Tweet: Who do i know that uses PHPstorm with VVV and XDebug? I need some guidance on getting things setup. — Andrew Woods (@awoods) June 21, 2016 Recently we’ve made a lot of changes to … Continue reading
Join us Wednesday, June 29, 2016, at 16:00 – 17:00 CEST for the free webinar Docker for PHP Developers with Gary Hockin and Chris Tankersley.
When refactoring, sometimes you wish to change your methods to be static, while this isn’t the best practice in the world, it’s possible you’ll be in a position where pragmatism will take priority over great design. If you are 100% … Continue reading
Up until now, we’ve only been able to configure interpreters globally within PhpStorm. This has made configuring project-specific PHP interpreters impossible, and has left the configuration feeling cluttered as configurations for all projects appeared everywhere. PhpStorm 11, however, introduces project … Continue reading
When you have failed PHPUnit tests to fix, it can be painful to have to rerun your whole test suite just to see if a change has fixed that broken test. In PhpStorm 11 you can now rerun only failed … Continue reading
New in PhpStorm 11, you can now step-debug your REST API right from within the REST API test tool, without ever leaving your IDE. It’s live in the current EAP and planned for release in Q2 2016.
Recent versions of PhpStorm have bundled several interesting formatting changes. Let’s take a look at what formatting changes have been seen in PhpStorm 9 & 10.