PHPStorm 2020.1 Released
PHPStorm's this year's first major update is now available with lots of new cool features out of the box.
All dependency management actions are now available directly as you edit the composer.json file.
You can create a new file composer.json. The template of this file can be found in Preferences/Settings | Editor | File and Code Templates.
Autocompletion will also work if you need to specify the required version of PHP and extensions.
In the popup for packages, you can find information from packagist.org about the number of downloads and stars. All the information about packages and their versions is taken from packagist.org and cached.
Code coverage with PCOV and PHPDBG
You can get a code coverage report by using Xdebug. But since it is primarily a debugger, it has a significant overhead. To speed up reporting of coverage, you can use lighter tools such as the
krakjoe/pcov extension or PHPDBG.
Both are now supported in PhpStorm. You need to create a Run configuration for tests and select the desired coverage driver in the settings. And then run tests with coverage report.
In the recently released PHPUnit 9, many features have been removed or declared obsolete. To speed up migration and prevent errors, we have added lots of inspections and quick-fixes.
More for PHP
And even more for PHP:
- New inspections
- Move Method refactoring
- PHP Debug in HTTP Client
- Advanced Metadata improvements
More New Features
You can checkout more new features on JetStorms official blog.
Also check out the video below.