Please upgrade here. These earlier versions are no longer being updated and have security issues.
HackerOne users: Testing against this community violates our program's Terms of Service and will result in your bounty being denied.
Options

In response to whu606 - New Poll plugin

13»

Comments

  • Options
    businessdadbusinessdad Stealth contributor MVP

    Finally! Documented code! I feel comforted. :)

  • Options
    hgtonighthgtonight ∞ · New Moderator

    @businessdad said:
    Finally! Documented code! I feel comforted. :)

    I actually used a new IDE for this project that helped immensely. Comment expansion was the reason I went looking for it. :D

    Search first

    Check out the Documentation! We are always looking for new content and pull requests.

    Click on insightful, awesome, and funny reactions to thank community volunteers for their valuable posts.

  • Options
    businessdadbusinessdad Stealth contributor MVP

    @hgtonight said:
    I actually used a new IDE for this project that helped immensely. Comment expansion was the reason I went looking for it. :D

    Out of curiosity, which IDE are you using? If you don't want to advertise it, you can send me a PM. :)

  • Options
    hgtonighthgtonight ∞ · New Moderator

    @businessdad

    I was previously using a proprietary IDE my day job makes. It wasn't really designed with PHP in mind, but it worked fairly well and I was used to it.

    I installed NetBeans IDE - PHP and now know what I have been missing out on in a PHP specific IDE. It integrates directly with xdebug. No more manually debugging for this guy!

    Do you use something else?

    Search first

    Check out the Documentation! We are always looking for new content and pull requests.

    Click on insightful, awesome, and funny reactions to thank community volunteers for their valuable posts.

  • Options
    businessdadbusinessdad Stealth contributor MVP

    I use Komodo Edit, or PHPStorm, depending on where I'm working, but I rarely use the XDebug or other debugging features. I found out that, sometimes, they mess things up when I try to inspect the objects (I often have to look at entire classes), thus I still rely on a bit of var_dump() from time to time.

Sign In or Register to comment.