Have you ever wanted to apply php code sniffer validation on certain folders only in PhpStorm (for example when you do plugin development and you want to exclude the core of your libraries)? Follow these four steps to create custom scope make them available in the inspection column.
Original article appeared on X-Team.com We all know that Drupal doesn’t do really well under the default shared folder of VirtualBox. When we were given the task of creating a new box for one of our clients, we immediately went with NFS file system to circumvent this issue. We quickly realized two things: Vagrant is […]
Read the full article on x-team.com. Disclaimer: Drupal 8 is still in a very early stage. Therefore, some examples or content in this article is subject to change without notice. I will be using the Drupal 8.0-alpha10 package that you can find here. My girlfriend and I (like mostly everyone really) are always looking for ideas about […]
Read the original article on x-team.com. Disclaimer: Drupal 8 is still in a very early stage. Therefore, some examples or content in this article is subject to change without notice. Translating content in Drupal isn’t a straightforward task in Drupal 7. That is why they made it a priority in Drupal 8 to make this […]
Today I played around a while trying to configure Xdebug profiler to work with PhpStorm. The following config only apply to a local LAMP stack with Xdebug installed with homebrew. Here is the xdebug.ini I used : The folder you choose for the output must be writable by the server. You can also be lazy […]
I stumble upon an excellent icon alternative made by Bernard Kowalski to the boring standard PhpStorm icon. You can download it here 😉 Here are the steps to replace your PhpStorm icon so it shows within the application itself: Right-click on PhpStorm.app and Show Package Contents Navigate to Contents/Resources/ Replace webide.icns with custom icon (making sure the […]