This blog post has been contributed by our NetBeans PHP user Julien Bianchi who has helped a lot with integrating atoum into NetBeans PHP support in NetBeans 7.4. He would like to tell you a few words about this new PHP unit testing framework and its support in NetBeans. (more...)
Hi all, let me inform you that NetBeans 7.4 Beta is out!
The complete list of new features is available in the New and Noteworthy document. Please test it and report all the issues or enhancements you find in NetBeans Bugzilla. Also, please do not forget that all the comments here are moderated.
Today, we would like to show you how you can in NetBeans 7.4 develop your HTML5 applications directly in your PHP projects. And because everything has already been described on the NetBeans Web Client blog, we will just provide a link to this great blog post: HTML5 development (more...)
This blog post has been contributed by our NetBeans PHP user Junichi Yamamoto who has created several plugins for NetBeans PHP support. He would like to tell you a few words about one of his NetBeans plugin. Thanks, a lot Junichi!
Hi all, I have created a plugin for (more...)
Hi all, NetBeans 7.3 is already out so it is a time for implementing new features for the next version of NetBeans. Today, we will have a look at the improvements in the Composer support.
Composer is a Dependency Manager for PHP so it should be really possible to add dependencies to your PHP projects, right? Fortunately, this feature has been implemented and can be tested in the current development version of NetBeans. How it works? It is very simple, just invoke the proper action:
Dialog for searching and adding packages is displayed:
Now, just select appropriate package, choose the (more...)