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Dutch Web Alliance:
The definitive remote debug and unittest with PHPStorm guide
December 06, 2013 @ 11:48:38

On the Dutch Web Alliance site today they've kicked off a new series of posts looking to help you get the most out of the PHPStorm IDE for remote PHP debugging and unit testing your application.

PHPStorm is probably the best IDE when it comes to PHP development. [...] This multi-part guide will try and set up your systems in such a way that EVERYTHING you need to do when it comes to development gets explained so you can set your system up correctly, once and for all. Meet the "definitive remote debugging and unittest with PHPStorm guide". Even though PHPStorm always had many different ways of editing, syncing and deploying your scripts, it was not until PHPStorm 7 that we finally have an IDE that can work fully on a virtualized remote system. In the next couple of blog posts I will try and give you a tour on how to set up your systems so they actually work.

So far they've posted the first two parts of the series:

Keep tuned in to this post (or their feed) for updates to the series and new articles as they're posted.

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Link: http://dutchweballiance.nl/techblog/the-definitive-remote-debug-and-unittest-with-phpstorm-guide/

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