Today we begin the Early Access Program for Code With Me, a tool for remote collaborative development and pair programming that you have long been waiting for.
About Code With Me
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Code With Me is a new feature available in IntelliJ IDEA and our other IntelliJ-based IDEs starting from the latest available 2020.2 builds (2020.2.x). It enables you to share an open project in your IDE with your distributed team. This allows them to quickly access your code, so they can help you investigate issues, review, and work on your code together with you in real time. And all this can be done while still enjoying the full benefits of the code autocompletion, smart navigation, refactoring, debugging suite, and built-in terminal available in your JetBrains IDE.
- PhpStorm is an IntelliJ Platform-based product. Plugins for PhpStorm are developed in Java using the Ultimate edition of IntelliJ IDEA. The PsiViewer plugin is also recommended. This page describes configuring plugin projects targeting PhpStorm.
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- For PhpStorm on Windows: Add the PHPStorm's installation path to the Environment Variables 'PATH' variable, Scroll to the project folder in the command line. Issue the command phpstorm64.exe. If it is 64 bit machine or phpstorm.exe. For 32 bit machine. I presume the same strategy will work for IntelliJ.
- PhpStorm is a PHP IDE which keeps up with latest PHP & web languages trends, integrates a variety of modern tools, and brings even more extensibility with support for major PHP frameworks. IntelliJ IDEA and PhpStorm can be primarily classified as 'Integrated Development Environment' tools. Some of the features offered by IntelliJ IDEA are.
THIS IS AN EARLY ACCESS VERSION OF THE FEATURE. BY TAKING PART IN THE EAP, YOU EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS VERSION OF THE FEATURE MAY NOT BE RELIABLE, MAY NOT WORK AS INTENDED, AND MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. ANY USE OF THIS EAP FEATURE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.
NOTE: The early access version of Code With Me is free to use. However, we are working out flexible pricing plans and licensing to distribute Code With Me as a paid service for different JetBrains IDEs and editions in the future.
Intellij Phpstorm Plugin
All you need to do to get started with Code With Me is download the latest available version of your favorite JetBrains IDE, and install the Code With Me plugin from the Marketplace (Preferences / Settings Plugins Marketplace):
Once you have installed the plugin and restarted the IDE, you will discover a new option in the toolbar, from which you can create a shareable web link that you can then send to a teammate, so that they can join you on your IDE:
When your teammate clicks on the link you shared with them, it will automatically download and open a specially designed IntelliJ Client for them that will work with their JetBrains IDE. If your teammate doesn’t have a JetBrains IDE, the link they clicked will open a web page, which will ask them to download the IntelliJ Client. The webpage will guide them through the installation process:
The installed IntelliJ Client will open and offer to connect your teammate(s) to your project, so that you can start a remote coding session together:
Phpstorm Intellij Idea
And you will be asked to accept your teammates’ request:
That’s it! Here’s what a successfully connected collaborative session looks like. For the sake of simplicity, we connected to our own locally running project:
Read Getting started with Code With Me for more information on the functionality and the UI of Code With Me.
So far we have come up with the following general use cases for Code With Me:
- Pair programming – collaborative editing, testing, and debugging.
- Swarm programming – simultaneously coding together in the single remote IDE.
- Guiding/Mentoring – inviting a guest or multiple guests to follow you, so you can show and explain the code.
These are just some of possible ways to use Code With Me. Let us know how you think you may use Code With Me, or if you already have tried it for these or other purposes.
Code With Me EAP is compatible with latest v2020.2 builds of the following JetBrains IntelliJ-based IDEs: IntelliJ IDEA Community and Ultimate, WebStorm, PyCharm Community and Professional, PhpStorm, GoLand, RubyMine, CLion, and AppCode. Code With Me is currently not compatible with DataGrip and JetBrains Rider.
Code With Me is still in active development. We plan to release Code With Me as part of one of the following major releases of JetBrains IDEs. A specific date will be announced later, and may change depending on the feedback we receive.
- Code With Me webhelp – for more information on the functionality and the UI.
- FAQ – for answers to questions we expect to arise.
- Bug tracker – to provide us with your feedback.
Let us know what you think about Code With Me, and please do report any issues you encounter to our bug tracker.
Code With Me team
PhpStorm is an IntelliJ Platform-based product. Plugins for PhpStorm are developed in Java using the Ultimate edition of IntelliJ IDEA. The PsiViewer plugin is also recommended.
This page describes configuring plugin projects targeting PhpStorm. See also:
Intellij Ultimate Phpstorm
Configuring Plugin Projects Targeting PhpStorm
The IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition (with the PHP plugin) must be used for developing PhpStorm plugins because the PHP plugin is incompatible with IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition. However, this IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate configuration runs the risk of accidentally using some APIs that are not available in PhpStorm. The recommended best practice is to use PhpStorm for testing.
The OpenAPI is available for PhpStorm 6 and above.
Configuration of a Gradle-based PhpStorm plugin project is used as a tutorial in the section Configuring Plugin Projects using the IntelliJ IDEA Product Attribute. Many techniques are discussed, such as choosing a version of IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate given a targeted version of PhpStorm. The table below summarizes the
gradle-intellij-plugin attributes to set in the
build.gradle file for a PhpStorm plugin project:
The table below summarizes the
gradle-intellij-plugin attributes to set in the plugin project's
build.gradle file. Click on an entry in the table's Attribute column to go to the documentation about that attribute. To see how these attributes appear in the
build.gradle file for PhpStorm, see Configuring build.gradle using the IntelliJ IDEA Product Attribute.
|Set to the same |
See below for PHP plugin version information.
|Path to locally installed target version of PhpStorm. For example, on macOS: |
The PHP plugin version is explicitly declared because it isn't bundled with IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition. Select a version of the PHP plugin compatible with the
The dependency on the PHP plugin APIs must be declared in the
plugin.xml file, as shown in the tutorial Configuring plugin.xml section.