Tag Archives: PHPUnit

PhpStorm 2020.1 EAP #3

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, … Continue reading

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PHP Annotated – February 2020

Greetings everyone, 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, … Continue reading

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Autodetecting Test Frameworks

PhpStorm supports PHPUnit, Codeception, Behat, and PHPSpec test frameworks out of the box. Previously, to enable integration with them, you needed to perform two steps. First, you had to set up a configuration telling PhpStorm where the corresponding library was … Continue reading

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PHPUnit composite configuration scope

PhpStorm 2018.2 comes with an extra level of flexibility for working with PHPUnit tests. Previously, you could run either a single method in a class, or all methods at once. Now, PhpStorm also lets you run an arbitrary selection of … Continue reading

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Testing improvements in PhpStorm 2018.1

PhpStorm 2018.1 brings several improvements to streamline and simplify your work with PHPUnit tests. You can now create target classes from tests, annotate your tests easily, and run the tests using the code editor gutter icons. Let’s take a closer … Continue reading

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Completion Changes in PhpStorm

Recent versions of PhpStorm have changed the way code completion works in PhpStorm, and it’s caused some confusion. Let’s take a look at how completion works in PhpStorm 2016.2.

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Rerun Failed PHPUnit Tests in PhpStorm 11

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

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Laravel Development using PhpStorm

Lots of PHP developers create their applications using Laravel, a free, open source PHP web application framework. It is built on top of several Symfony components, and provides a development framework that makes common tasks such as authentication, routing, sessions … Continue reading

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Running PHPUnit tests over SSH on Vagrant with PhpStorm 8

More and more PHP developers are shifting to a workflow where they use PhpStorm on their local machine and run and debug their PHP applications on a remote server or Vagrant machine. Which is great! Every project we’re working on … Continue reading

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