WebStorm & PhpStorm 2.0 are coming soon. 50% discount ends next week

Our special offer for a 50% discount on WebStorm & PhpStorm expires on the 1st of September.
If you have not purchased your license yet, do not lose the last opportunity to do so at a half price.
Check discounted pricing for WebStorm and PhpStorm and place your order.

As part of your WebStorm/PhpStorm 1.0 purchase, you will qualify for a free upgrade to the upcoming v2.0 of WebStorm/PhpStorm.
Just a quick glance on what you can expect in v2.0:

  • Zend framework & Zend debugger support
  • “Any PHP framework” support mechanism via ability to supply extensive metadata about autoload & magic infrastructure
  • PHP Refactorings: Smart introduce field / constant, inline variable, safe delete.
  • Full fledged PHP namespace support
  • Advanced code inspection
  • Mercurial support plus new DVCS UI (Git, Mercurial)
  • LESS support
  • and more…

WebStorm/PhpStorm 2.0 preview will become available via our Early Access Program (EAP) within a week — keep your eyes on this blog! If you miss anything in the list of v 2.0 features, create your own feature requests and vote for existing ones in our issue tracker.

Develop with pleasure!
The JetBrains Team

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18 Responses to WebStorm & PhpStorm 2.0 are coming soon. 50% discount ends next week

  1. Johnny Woo says:

    Yay for namespaces!

  2. Alex says:

    Super stoked for this. Thanks for considering native mercurial support!

  3. Emmanuel Okorie says:

    I am so definitely looking forward to this… Bring it on!!!

  4. Jonathan says:

    Looks awesome! Downloading 45-day trial tonight. Does the “any framework” support mechanism only apply to server languages, or to any framework, such as Javascript frameworks (i.e. ExtJS)?

  5. nicity says:

    @Jonathan This feature is about any PHP framework.
    To have completion for ExtJS you need to have debug version of the library under project content roots.

  6. Ben says:

    Does this have more than IntelliJ in the ways of PHP features or does IntelliJ include all these PHP features as well?

  7. Eugene Toporov says:

    Ben, PHP support is equal in PhpStorm and IntelliJ IDEA in terms of features. There’s a single code base for it.

  8. Max Kosyakov says:

    Hey, I’d like to have ant script support in PHP storm. Despite build a php application I use ant to various automation tasks. There is a free plugin for IDEA, but no such plugin for PhpStorm, which is sad.

    Can anyone please port the plugin to PhpStrom. Or if there instruction for manual installation of a plugin to PhpStrom. I really need support for ant build files.

  9. olekhy says:

    Zend framework & Zend debugger support is nice!!!

  10. Kurt Ward says:

    I would also like to see Ant in PHPStorm. Currently I am using Eclipse for PHP development and it’s Ant support, but I do not like the IDE one bit.

  11. David Havard says:

    I also vote for ant support – have all my projects automatically building with this and it is critical part of eclipse – alas I find eclispe just way too slow and would love to move to phpstorm. Will look at scripting it for now while I demo ide.

  12. Kim says:

    One more vote for supporting Ant.

  13. smashercosmo says:

    Ant support would be nice

  14. Olivier says:

    +1 for ant.

  15. Sven says:

    +1 for ant

  16. Travi says:

    For those of you looking for ant support, please vote for it here: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-3212?preventRedirect=true

  17. L Stone says:

    I’m bummed I missed this! Intelli-J is awesome.

  18. Bademeister says:

    +1 for ant.

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