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Every PhpStorm release comes with lots of new refactorings, intentions, and quick-fixes, and PhpStorm 2019.1 is no exception. In this release, we’ve enhanced the string juggling toolbox and made moving functions between files and classes easier. We’ve also added the … Continue reading
PhpStorm 2019.1 EAP build 191.6014.13 is now available! This build delivers support for click on the @inheritDoc tag, improvements for move function to class refactoring, fixes for PHP, and it includes all the fresh new updates from the WebStorm team … Continue reading
PhpStorm 2019.1 EAP build 191.5109.15 is now available! This build delivers code cleanup for PHP, ability to define the order of tags in PHPDoc, improvements for Introduce Constant and Extract Method refactorings, and even more! You can download it on … Continue reading
Every PhpStorm release comes with new and enhanced refactorings, saving you from having to perform tedious manual tasks and making it easier for you to maintain your code. PhpStorm 2018.3 is no exception. In this release, we are introducing the … Continue reading
When working with Doctrine ORM, the preferred, and probably the easiest, way to work with database queries is to use the Doctrine Query Language or DQL. DQL is a query language for your object model: instead of composing raw SQL … Continue reading
PhpStorm 9.5 has an amazing innovation in its refactoring engine. Now, when you need to rename a variable, parameter, class, method, constant or goto label, you can do it in-place, right in the editor pane.
PhpStorm users got a great new refactoring tool in PhpStorm 9 – parameter refactoring. Here’s a quick explanation on how to use this cool new tool.
The latest PhpStorm 8 EAP brings support for PSR-0 and PSR-4 namespace roots. PhpStorm comes with a configurable convention which specifies that the project Source Root is also a root for the package and namespace. In other words: every directory created under the Source … Continue reading