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Git can be hard, particularly if you’ve been dropped in at the deep end and are only used to working in a specific way, so it’s our intention to address how to accomplish certain version control tasks in a JetBrains IDE … Continue reading
Last summer the PyCharm team released some amazing content introducing the version control system (VCS) in PyCharm. These videos are equally as relevant to PhpStorm as they are to PyCharm, as the two IDEs share the same underlying platform.
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.
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
Docker is an open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications. It gives programmers, development teams and operations engineers the common toolbox they need to take advantage of the distributed and networked nature of modern applications. With the new Docker integration … Continue reading
In a previous post we saw how PhpStorm handles Version Control Systems (VCS). A very popular VCS is Git, driven by the collaboration that’s possible using GitHub. In this post, we’ll explore several integrations with GitHub that are available from … 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
If you have multiple team members, you should be doing Continuous Integration (CI). By building the desired output artifacts on a frequent basis and analyzing their quality using unit tests and code coverage, you will find that there are fewer … Continue reading
Recently, we received a question on Twitter asking about how PhpStorm handles type inference when working with mocking frameworks. Imagine having the following two classes: When writing a unit test for ClassA, it’s very easy to mock ClassB using PHPUnit’s … Continue reading