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Posted : admin On 1/29/2022
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If you are planning to buy a villa or an apartment in Turkey - whether it is an investment in real estate in Turkey or a house for yourself - one of the better and nicer ways to do this; is to come to Turkey and have al look for yourself by an inspection trip. In MacOS, you should navigate to the PhpStorm - Preferences - Editor - General screen and check/uncheck the 'Change font size (Zoom) with Command + Mouse Wheel' checkbox. I unchecked because I don't like it but maybe you do. Moreover, you can use the finder field in the top left corner of the same PhpStorm - Preferences dialog.

Among the rather simple use-cases, like having detailed syntax checks for all kinds of 'micro-languages' that are used e.g. in Pattern.compile(), XPath.compile() and so on, here are some less obvious, yet very useful examples how IntelliLang can leverage PhpStorm's support for a much better coding assistance.

The new scripting support in the upcoming Java 1.6 is another case where it will be important to get as much as possible edit-time assistance when script-code is constructed from Java code.

When dealing with JavaScript that's not directly embedded inside an HTML page, PhpStorm usually just treats it as plain text. Consider the following example that creates an HTML page from an XSLT script. Without the JavaScript language being injected into the script tag with the XHTML namespace as shown in the screenshot below, this would be treated as plain text, with no further code assistance.

With IntelliLang it's also possible to make the content and attributes of custom JSP tags being treated as another language. This can be useful e.g. for server-side scripting using JavaScript or any other Language implementation available for PhpStorm.

One thing that's important to know is that the taglib's URI which supplies a custom tag should be used as the namespace URI of the XML tag to inject a language into. The namespace-textfields contain a list of all known taglib URIs in the project.

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Unfortunately, at the moment the support for refactoring and navigation inside JSP custom tags seems to be broken and attempting to use code completion may result in exceptions thrown in PhpStorm core. See also the known issues below.

Here's an obvious example right from PhpStorm's OpenAPI:

/** com.intellij.codeInspection.LocalInspectionTool * @return descriptive name to be used in suppress comments and annotations, * must consist of [a-zA-Z_0-9]+*/ @NonNls @NotNull public String getID() { return getShortName(); }

The contract of the method getID() is that it should only return strings that match the pattern '[a-zA-Z_0-9]+'. The short note in the JavaDoc can be easily overlooked though because the contract isn't specified in an automatically verifiable way.

However, if this method were annotated as @Pattern('[a-zA-Z_0-9]+'), any attempt to return a string that doesn't match that pattern would be flagged in the editor:

If a regular expression pattern represents an enumeration of different literal values, the plugin offers completion for those values:

Here are some examples of the enhanced coding support for regular expression patterns:

Backref validation

Surround with


Character category validation

Character category completion

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Rasmus Lerdorf introduced PHP to the world exactly 25 years ago today. The JetBrains team would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support for PHP over the years, and invite you to celebrate this anniversary together.

The much-anticipated release of PHP 8 is scheduled for this year. While we’re waiting, let’s enjoy a few moments of nostalgia and take a look at how far the community has come in the last 25 years with the timeline of the most important events in the history of PHP.

Over the years the community has developed a friendly network of people around the world and has created a fantastic and diverse ecosystem of tools, resources, and events. It continues to evolve by absorbing best practices from other ecosystems and adapting to new challenges.

All the timeline data is publicly available on GitHub, so feel free to use it for your own purposes. If you spot any mistakes, please create a pull request with a fix.
I’d like to say a big thanks to everyone who helped to make the timeline.

Recently we had an anniversary of our own – PhpStorm 1.0 was released on May 27, 2010. That’s right, PhpStorm is 10 years old!

To celebrate both these birthdays, we are offering a 50% discount on personal PhpStorm subscriptions for the next 50 hours, until June 10, 2020, 14:00 UTC. The discount works both for new purchases and for renewals.

Update: The offer is now over.

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What plans are eligible for the discount?
Only personal annual plans are eligible. If you are currently on a monthly plan, you can switch to an annual subscription to take advantage of the offer.

My subscription is still active. Can I take advantage of the offer?
If your current subscription ends in less than 12 months, you can use this special offer and add another year to your subscription at 50% off the original 1st year price. So, you win even if it’s your 3rd year!

Will the discount still be applied if I renew my expired subscription?
Yes, the discount will also be applied automatically for renewals of expired subscriptions. If your subscription expired within the last 6 months, your license will be renewed from its expiration date in order to maintain the continuity discount.

Will the discount automatically extend to next year’s subscription?
No, next year’s price will be calculated based on the standard continuity discount rules.

How much will I pay next year for the subscription I buy or renew now?
The standard pricing will be effective for your next subscription renewal.

Can I use my continuity discount with this 50% off?
The maximum discount for renewals is 50%. For example, if you are a 3rd-year user, then you can save 10% as you already got 40%. The subscription will count towards your continuity discount for the next year.

Is a perpetual fallback license included with this purchase?
Yes of course! Read more about perpetual fallback license.

If you need any help, please contact us via [email protected]

Happy birthday, PHP!
Here’s to the next 25 years!