In episode 4 of our video overview of the upcoming PhpStorm 2020.1 release, we’ll look at the multiple new updates for advanced metadata support. With metadata, you can extend PhpStorm’s code “awareness” by means of a special .phpstorm.meta.php file.
The fifth build of the PhpStorm 2020.1 Early Access Program is available!
In this blog post, you can read about the Bundled Grazie spell checker, updates for сomposer.json support, new inspections for PHP, and styling of @deprecated elements in Structure view.
Some time ago we announced a plugin called Grazie. This plugin provides intelligent spelling and grammar checks for texts that you write in the IDE, and it supports over 15 languages, including English, German, Russian, Chinese, and more.
In this EAP build and in the upcoming 2020.1 release, Grazie is bundled by default. To learn more, please read this blog post.
Just like with errors in the code, you can use the quick-fix Alt+Enter to correct typos and mistakes.
You can enable checking VCS commit messages under Preferences/Settings | Editor | Proofread | Grammar.
✨ The plugin works offline and all checks are performed locally, there is no remote processing at all.
In episode 3 of our video overview of the upcoming PhpStorm 2020.1 release, we take a look at PHPUnit 9 support and how to quickly upgrade, talk you through the various new additions for PHP, and check the improved Git branches Workflow.
In the second episode of our overview of the upcoming PhpStorm 2020.1 release, we take a look at type inference improvements and new inspections for PHP, highlighting for matching tags and brackets, Zen and LightEdit modes, and a brand new Commit tool window.
The third of our Early Access Program builds for PhpStorm 2020.1 is now available!
In this blog post, we’ll go through updates for PHPUnit, various additions for PHP including better PHPDoc handling with PHP 7.4, and last but not least, improved Git branches workflow.
If you prefer to watch the updates in video format, you can subscribe to the JetBrains YouTube channel and follow our What’s Coming in PhpStorm 2020.1 Series – Episode 1 is already online!
It’s time for the February edition of PHP Annotated! This edition includes 4 new RFCs from PHP Internals and research results on Generics in PHP. We also cover PHPUnit 9 and other releases, articles on Laravel and Symfony, useful tools, videos, podcasts, and a whole lot more! Continue reading →
Every week, in addition to our standard blog post, we are going to publish a quick video overview of what you can find in the upcoming PhpStorm 2020.1 release. In our first episode, we take a look at composer.json support and generating code coverage reports with PCOV, and we also discuss how to customize the syntax of Twig template tags.
The videos will only discuss features that are already available in the builds, so if you are an active EAP user, you may have already noticed some of them. But these videos may still contain some interesting and surprising insights.
The EAP cycle presents a perfect opportunity to give us your feedback, as there is still time to improve PhpStorm according to your needs. The top EAPers will even get an exclusive PhpStorm Elephpant! So if you’re feeling adventurous, download the EAP, check out the videos, and please don’t hesitate to submit your bug reports and feature requests to our issue tracker.