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PhpStorm Beta is now available for download!
Our focus for this release has been on performance and quality, but there are a few cool new features we’ve sneaked in as well. We’ve covered these in the recent EAP posts over the last few months. Here is the round-up of the most notable new features for the upcoming release, so you can get a better picture of what has in store for you.
Note that Beta builds are sufficiently more stable than EAP builds, but some issues might still popup. If you run into any, please report them to our issue tracker. No license is required to use this build.
Get this Beta build via the Toolbox App, from the website, as a snap package (for Linux), or from PhpStorm itself – just select Automatically check updates for Early Access Program under Preferences Sort Lines from the main menu or by running this action from Find Actions by pressing :
See all the changes made by our colleagues from the WebStorm team on the What’s new in WebStorm page. Everything mentioned there is incorporated in PhpStorm as well.
The day has finally come for us to start working on MongoDB support.
What actually works in this version:
You can observe collections and fields in the database explorer. We fetch the first 10 documents from each collection to get information about the fields. This can be customized via the JDBC parameter fetch_documents_for_metainfo which is available in the Advanced tab of the data source properties dialog.
Open any collection or observe the query result and you have the option to sort by columns or filter the values, also paging works as well.
It’s also possible to explore data as a tree. To turn it on, click the Gear icon Branches popup – select a branch and then use the Push action from the menu.
Date format customization
You can configure the date format for VCS Annotate and VCS Log actions. For example, you can set it to if you want to use the US format.
Better plugin management
PhpStorm has lots of incredible plugins that you can install to extend its functionality and customize its appearance. Managing plugins was a bit of a hassle, as it required restarting the IDE each time. We’ve addressed this issue in PhpStorm by implementing core underlying infrastructure – support for dynamic plugin installation. This basically means that the IDE can now load and unload plugins without restarting. It is currently enabled for the theme and keymap plugins. In future releases, we plan to extend this to most plugins.
The scrollbar can now be made more visible thanks to the “Use contrast scrollbars” checkbox at Preferences/Settings Editor Code Style
PhpStorm Released: Full PHP Support, PSR, WSL, MongoDB, and More
PhpStorm is now available!
This major release is focused on performance and quality, expect a more stable and faster IDE. It also brings full support for PHP , PSR code style, WSL for remote interpreters, MongoDB support, HTTP Client updates, and many usability improvements!
In this blog post, we’ll provide a detailed overview of all the changes and things that you should know about this new version. It’s a combination of all the EAP blog posts that we’ve been publishing here over the past several months plus many other useful additions that have not yet been covered. Fasten your seat belts as we have a ton of GIFs for you!
Performance and Quality
Every release we dedicate a significant amount of time to performance and quality. But for this release, we went even further and held a full-blown quality-marathon. During this time the whole IntelliJ Platform team focused on polishing the IDE and making performance improvements. And we have achieved the following results:
- Faster IDE startup
- Better UI responsiveness
- Reduced memory consumption
Depending on your platform, you should see much faster IDE loading. Because we parallelized some of the processes that used to run sequentially, we reorganized the classes in a way that makes the initial class loading faster, and much more.
We were able to resolve a number of issues that were responsible for over reports of UI freezes.
There are performance optimizations in the Version Control subsystem too. We’ve managed to revamp the processing of events and the handling of ignored files. There are fewer freezes and faster status updates in large projects.
We plan to continue working on this, so you can expect even faster startup and more optimizations to come in the next few releases.
PHP is now released! It has so many cool things on board. Just check out the new features there. All of them are supported in PhpStorm
This is probably the most anticipated feature of PHP PhpStorm has supported it since Let’s take another look at it, as in this release we’ve fixed a few issues with it and covered some corner cases.
First of all, PhpStorm will, of course, highlight type violations:
It is more likely than not that you will want to quickly add type declarations for your properties. This should be quick as PhpStorm can detect the type of the existing properties based on the PHPDoc, default value, or if you have a defined type when you injected the value into the constructor.
Anyway, you can press on a property without a type, and then choose Add declared type for the field and that’s it, it’s done.
If you have an anonymous function with a single statement in the body, in PHP , you can now convert it to a short arrow function:
And there is no need to write section as it has an automatic by-value binding of outer scope variables:
Press on the anonymous function and use Convert closure to arrow function option:
Numeric Literal Separator
You can now add underscore symbols anywhere in the numbers to visually format them. Press on any number and apply Add number separators. This will add an underscore after every third digit for decimal numbers, or every fourth digit in hex, binary, and octal.
Nested Ternary Operator
Almost all programming languages compute the ternary operator from right to left. PHP did it differently, which was counterintuitive and could lead to mistakes. Now, PHP deprecates left associativity. This means that you either should not be using nested ternaries at all, or if you have to, then you should use parentheses to explicitly declare the order of computation.
PhpStorm highlights deprecated expressions, and you can use a quick-fix ( – you know, right?) to clarify the behavior.
New Serialization Mechanism
As the issues with existing serialization were not fixable, the PHP core team decided to introduce two new magic methods and PhpStorm will help find usages of those methods in the code:
Covariant Returns and Contravariant Parameters
PHP fixes multiple inconsistencies, and one of them relates to the type system. When you work with a method inherited from a parent class, it will now be possible to define a more specific return type, and less specific parameter types for it.
The good thing about PHP releases is that they not only add new features but also deprecate old ones, making the language cleaner and more pleasant to work with. The PHP release comes with a whole bunch of deprecations.
PhpStorm highlights code pieces that need your attention. Where possible, you’ll have an option to quick-fix the deprecated behavior automatically.
⚠️ With the PHP release, older versions of PHP are going to be abandoned. PHP goes into security-fixes-only for one more year. PHP is now officially not supported. This means that if a vulnerability is now found, there will never be a fix for it and getting hacked is just a matter of time. Get ready to upgrade.
This new PSR standard supersedes the dear old PSR-2, adapting it to all the new language features that we’ve been given in the last years, and cleaning up a few inconsistencies. Kudos to PHP-FIG for this great update! If you’ve been using PSR-2, check out what has changed in PSR
PhpStorm comes with a predefined PSR code style, and the IDE will suggest that you switch to it. You can also always switch to it manually with the Set from… action under Preferences
You can watch a thematic video What's New in PhpStorm 2020.1 Appearance, the entire interface will scroll smoothly instead of line by line when using a mouse wheel/touchpad.
Search within selected text
Select phpstorm 2019.3.3 activation code Archives code piece you need in the editor and invoke the Find action by pressing and the IDE will search only in the selected area. If you need to extend the search area and search throughout the whole file, press again, or alternatively toggle the In Selection option in the toolbar.
New editor command to sort lines alphabetically
Now you can easily sort lines alphabetically by selecting lines in the editor and choosing Edit PHP:
Some PSR rules are added as inspections which are off by default, but PhpStorm suggests to turn on the inspection when you choose the PSR code style. You can adjust the inspections as you like, phpstorm 2019.3.3 activation code Archives, under Preferences Code Style Editor Editor
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