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In almost every project, we have a moment where we want to make use of language injection: embedding a small island of a different programming language in our code, typically embedded in a string. Consider embedding an HTML fragment in … Continue reading
Those of you who have already tried PhpStorm 6 might have noticed a lot of great additions to PHP imports support. In this post we would like to tell you about a long awaited feature: Optimize Imports for PHP.
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
This week’s EAP brings important stability and performance fixes and some neat features
Since PhpStorm 2.0 Symfony framework command line tool can be used inside PhpStorm by Command Line Tool Support. Let’s pass through a simple Symfony tutorial, and then create a custom task. You’ll need having PhpStorm 2.0 and Symfony 1.1 or … Continue reading
Zend Framework has a powerful command line tool, and it can be used inside PhpStorm by Command Line Tool Support. Let’s pass through a simple Zend Framework tutorial. You’ll need having PhpStorm 2.0 and Zend Framework installed on your computer.
PhpStorm & WebStorm are capable of showing you documentation related to PHP class, JS element or HTML tag just by pressing Ctrl+Q when cursor is on that element. You can call it up also when IDE suggests you to auto-complete … Continue reading