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With PhpStorm’s deployment capabilities, you can copy files and folders to remote servers. As a destination, you can use FTP/SFTP/FTPS as well as a local or mounted folder. You may often need to deploy to multiple servers: For example, if … Continue reading
Where do we host our applications? How do we deploy them? Can we have different environments like development, staging and production? A possible answer to all those questions is Pantheon. It provides hosting, database, caching, version control, different environments, workflows for … Continue reading
When developing PHP applications, chances are at one point we will be deploying them. During development we may want to deploy our application to a testing/staging server or a Vagrant box. And once release day is there we want to … Continue reading
The recording of our March 12th webinar featuring Maarten Balliauw and Mikhail Vink, Deployment with PhpStorm, is now available on JetBrains YouTube Channel.
Join us Wednesday, March 12th, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT, check other zones) for a free webinar, Deployment with PhpStorm with Maarten Balliauw. Please note that in some locations such as the East Coast of the United States time will … Continue reading
We’ve already blogged about being able to connect to a remote server using the Remote Hosts tool window. We can drag-and-drop files and folders from our PhpStorm project to a remote FTP, FTPS, SFTP server or a local/network folder. The latest … Continue reading
Unit testing follows the mantra that “the same input always should generate the same output.” But what if some developers on a team have different PHP configurations, or maybe one uses Windows and the other one Mac OS X? Does … Continue reading
Recently, we received the following question through Twitter: “What is the easiest way to deploy the changes of your last commit(s) to a remote project?” Let’s explore our options!