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This tutorial describes the features and best practices relevant to using PhpStorm as an IDE for Drupal development (including modules, themes and core). Starting with version 7, PhpStorm bundles the Drupal Plugin providing many Drupal-specific features for Drupal 7 and 6. Drupal 8 is supported starting with PhpStorm 8 EAP.

Enabling Joomla! Integration in an Existing PhpStorm Project, or Creating a New Joomla Module/Plugin/Extension

Enabling Joomla! Integration in an Existing PhpStorm Project

Creating a New Joomla! Module/Plugin/Extension

Development Environment Configuration

Drupal Include Paths

File Associations

Joomla! Coding Standard (Code Style)

JHtml::_($argument) and JText::_($argument) support

JHtml::_($argument) support

JText::_($argument) support

 Databases

 Data source detection

 Database prefix support

 Joomla! Doc-blocks standard support

 Joomla! CodeSniffer (?)

 Debugging and Profiling Joomla! Applications with PhpStorm

 Joomla!-based projects can be debugged and profiled without any Joomla!-specific configuration.

Please proceed with standard PhpStorm debugging or profiling workflow. For additional details on debugger and profiler configuration, please check this tutorial or relevant videos on the video tutorials page.


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