🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #41 - Inline Refactoring Just a tiny refactoring feature but so useful. Great that you can trigger it from both sides. (where the variable is defined and used) See all tips here: https://t.co/rP5v38r8Dl

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #40 - Git Annotations Need to check who changed a specific line of code? Or who else was working on this current file? Git annotations are your friend. 🤝 See all tips here: https://t.co/rP5v38r8Dl

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #39 - Find in files If you need to look for strings in your app you can copy the string and open "Find in Files". This way it will automatically paste this string and look for it. ✌🏽 See all tips here: https://t.co/rP5v389xLN

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #34 - Inline Watch While debugging you often need to have quick look at specific values: Welcome inline watches - Define what you need to see (with auto-completion of course) - See it directly in the editor See all tips here: https://t.co/rP5v38r8Dl

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #33 - Debug Collections To debug collections or chained method calls with Xdebug you can evaluate every call separately at a breakpoint without changing the code itself. 😮 See all tips here: https://t.co/rP5v389xLN

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #32 - Toggle Class Template Today's tip I learned from @freekmurze. When creating a new class, you can toggle the templates class/interface/trait by using your up and down keys. Pretty neat and fast! 💨 See all tips here: https://t.co/rP5v389xLN

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #31 - No Mouse Commit When you commit/push with PhpStorm tools, you can press the "Alt" key to show letters to trigger the "commit" or "push" button. This means no mouse is needed for the whole process. 😍 See all tips here: https://t.co/rP5v389xLN

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #26 - Changelists In a repository, all changes will the stored to the "Default Changelist" in PhpStorm. When you edit more files than needed for the next commit, it makes sense to order them in custom changelists.

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🧪 PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #27 - Toggle Search Scope I hope you already know your shortcuts for specific searches. ( files, classes, etc.) One little trick here is if you press the shortcut again it toggles the scope of the search between "Project Files" and "All Files" 🔍

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🧪 PhpStorm Tips & Tricks 28 - Run Tasks We often tend to run tasks from within the Terminal. That's fine, but what I prefer is to run them through "Run Anything". This way I don't have to open up the Terminal and I have one place to check my running tasks.

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #30 - Key Promoter X Sometimes we fall into a habit of using the mouse for something, where we could have used a shortcut. Key Promoter X is a plugin that tells of such situations. It reminds you by showing the shortcut you should use instead.

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🧪 #PhpStorm Tips & Tricks #29 - Run Tests Another cool feature using the "Run Anything" prompt and custom "Run configurations" to run specific tests like unit, feature, or all. Especially being able to run "all test" is something I missed an easy solution for a long time. 😍

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