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- 10/19/12--02:49: _Managing TODO comme...
- 10/24/12--03:32: _Using Local History...
- 10/25/12--21:28: _Integrating Compose...
- 11/02/12--04:38: _SQL support and Dat...
- 11/22/12--05:25: _Find your way aroun...
- 11/29/12--08:13: _Navigate your code ...
- 01/09/13--04:00: _PhpStorm Type Infer...
- 01/17/13--01:22: _Continuous Integrat...
- 01/18/13--06:44: _Rapid File Creation...
- 02/01/13--02:48: _Using GitHub withou...
- 10/31/15--06:04: _Docker Support in P...
- 06/21/16--08:02: _Debugging VVV Vagra...
- 12/21/16--02:58: _Updating Your Templ...
- 01/10/17--04:36: _VCS in Depth for Ph...
- 01/16/17--05:59: _Git Questions – How...
- 01/30/17--10:30: _Cloning From GitHub
- 09/19/17--01:57: _Taking control of P...
- 09/21/17--05:25: _Editor-based Rest C...
- 10/10/17--03:57: _Connecting to Deplo...
- 10/19/12--02:49: Managing TODO comments in your code
- 10/24/12--03:32: Using Local History for code changes tracking
- 10/25/12--21:28: Integrating Composer command line tool with PhpStorm
- 11/02/12--04:38: SQL support and Database tools
- 11/22/12--05:25: Find your way around your code
- 11/29/12--08:13: Navigate your code with bookmarks
- 01/09/13--04:00: PhpStorm Type Inference and Mocking Frameworks
- 01/17/13--01:22: Continuous Integration for PHP using TeamCity
- 01/18/13--06:44: Rapid File Creation with File Templates
- 02/01/13--02:48: Using GitHub without leaving PhpStorm
- 10/31/15--06:04: Docker Support in PhpStorm
- 06/21/16--08:02: Debugging VVV Vagrant Setup With PhpStorm
- 12/21/16--02:58: Updating Your Templates in PhpStorm
- 01/10/17--04:36: VCS in Depth for PhpStorm
- 01/16/17--05:59: Git Questions – How do I switch branches without losing my work?
- 01/30/17--10:30: Cloning From GitHub
- 09/19/17--01:57: Taking control of PhpStorm updates
- 09/21/17--05:25: Editor-based Rest Client
Working on a large project it is quite usual to leave some code refactoring or improvement tasks to be done later, have some code left to be reviewed by your colleagues or just mark some places you still have questions … Continue reading
Do you use version control system such as Git, CVS, Mercurial, Subversion or any other and enjoy all the things they are doing to keep track of your code? If you do we have Local History to expand VCS functionality … Continue reading
Built-in Command Line Tool support plugin provides autocompletion and documentation for any command line based tools. It needs just an xml commands description to support new tool. We plan to add automatic recognition of composer and other popular tools in future, but … Continue reading
As you work with databases in your project, there are quite a lot of routine tasks that have to be performed on a regular basis. However, now there is a great way to do it right from your IDE. You … Continue reading
You constantly move around your project – switching between editor tabs, navigating to files, directories, classes, functions, comments, declarations, and so on and so forth. It’s easy to lose direction when you move and always have to think where to … Continue reading
While coding you continuously move from one part of your code to another, switching between classes, functions, files, etc. You have to keep in mind so many places in the code that you are currently working on. No wonder then … Continue reading
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
If you have multiple team members, you should be doing Continuous Integration (CI). By building the desired output artifacts on a frequent basis and analyzing their quality using unit tests and code coverage, you will find that there are fewer … Continue reading
Many different files are created in the course of development, and the bigger your project grows, the more files it involves. However, most files are typical and can contain pre-defined information you don’t need to type every time you create … Continue reading
In a previous post we saw how PhpStorm handles Version Control Systems (VCS). A very popular VCS is Git, driven by the collaboration that’s possible using GitHub. In this post, we’ll explore several integrations with GitHub that are available from … Continue reading
Docker is an open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications. It gives programmers, development teams and operations engineers the common toolbox they need to take advantage of the distributed and networked nature of modern applications. With the new Docker integration … Continue reading
It started with a Tweet: Who do i know that uses PHPstorm with VVV and XDebug? I need some guidance on getting things setup. — Andrew Woods (@awoods) June 21, 2016 Recently we’ve made a lot of changes to … Continue reading
In the recent What’s New video for PhpStorm 2016.3, I noticed I was always adding PHP 7’s strict type declaration declare(strict_types=1) to every new file I created. I commented at the time that I should update my default templates to … Continue reading
Last summer the PyCharm team released some amazing content introducing the version control system (VCS) in PyCharm. These videos are equally as relevant to PhpStorm as they are to PyCharm, as the two IDEs share the same underlying platform. We … Continue reading
Git can be hard, particularly if you’ve been dropped in at the deep end and are only used to working in a specific way, so it’s our intention to address how to accomplish certain version control tasks in a JetBrains IDE … Continue reading
In the third video in our series, Trisha Gee and myself look at how you clone your own copy of a repository from GitHub. This is really useful if you’d like to contribute to an open source project, or just … Continue reading
PhpStorm updates are usually patch-based: they are applied to the existing installation and only require you to restart the IDE. Due to the current limitations of the update system, these patches can only be applied sequentially, on top of one … Continue reading
Among other features introduced in 2017.3 EAP we mentioned the editor-based REST client, which offers a new approach to working with web APIs. Earlier, you could run your requests with the REST client built right into PhpStorm, but it required … Continue reading
When you work with remote servers, a common and recommended security measure is to use SSH key pairs for authentication. Our friends at PyCharm have prepared a great blog post on the topic. It explains how to generate an SSH … Continue reading